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The Key to Midnight Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, Joanna: Chapters 1-5 Summary

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Part One, Joanna: Chapters 1-5 Summary

The Key to Midnight is a novel by Dean Koontz that was originally published under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols. The novel tells the story of Joanna Rand, a nightclub owner and singer, who discovers she is really the daughter of an American senator, who went missing twelve years ago. Joanna has been haunted by nightmares for many of those years and comes to find out the nightmares are really memories of a sadistic doctor who brainwashed her, wiping away all her childhood memories and creating a new persona to take their place. With the help of private detective Alex Hunter, Joanna sets off on an adventure that will either reveal the truth or leave her lost forever. The Key to Midnight is a novel of intrigue that will not disappoint those familiar with Koontz's unique narrative style.

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