The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz. Published by Bantam

After a man commits suicide, his wife sets out to find out why. Jane Hawk is heartbroken and confused when her husband kills himself, leaving behind a suicide not that says “I very much need to be dead”. She learns that her husband isn’t the only surprising suicide of late, other people who would have no reason to kill themselves have recently slipped the bonds of earth. In her pursuit of the truth, Jane make some powerful enemies and finds herself on the wrong side of the law. Jane may be on the run, but she refuses to give up, and will not stop until the truth is finally exposed. Koontz is one of those writers who’s only gotten better with time. I love his books now just as much as I did back in the 1980’s and he still has the power to shock and surprise

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