Koontz, Dean Easter Egg - Dean's Doubles

First read "Mr. Murder." This is some long but good reading. In the book, his main character, a murder mystery writer is followed by a evil look-a-like. Durring his attempts to escape from the bad guy, he tries to keep his family life somewhat regular by telling his girls a bed time story at night. This story was later published under the name "Santa's Twin."

After you have read the novel for yourself, you will be able to find little eggs in the childs book.

* Koontz's picture is on the childrens bed room wall.

* A poster mentioned in the novel is hanging up in the childrens bed room.

* A copy of the novel is in the book shelf below the stairs.

One final egg, not quite related to both the books is that on one of the pages in the child's book, the illustrator, Phil Parks, added his name as the return address on some envelopes in the kitchen.

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Contributed By: kidlit on 07-18-2000
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Special Requirements: "Santa's Twin" and "Mr. Murder" Both by Koontz
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Jocie writes:
There is also a hidden snowman on each page of the "Santa's Twin" book. Some are easier to find than others. Good Luck!
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DebAnn18 writes:
Phil Parks name is hidden in every picture he draws... in every book... including Oddkins, and Robot Santa
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tomhowand8 writes:
and if i'm not mistaken, it even tells you to look for these things in the book. so does that make it an easter egg?
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