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The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight.. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A film adaptation was released in 1991.

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  • The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight.. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A film adaptation was released in 1991.
  • The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A film adaptation was released in 1991.
  • The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A was released in 1991.
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  • The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight.. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A film adaptation was released in 1991.
  • The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A film adaptation was released in 1991.
  • The Servants of Twilight is a novel by American suspense writer Dean Koontz, originally released under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols in 1984. Its original title was just Twilight. The book's plot revolves around a single mother being tormented by members of a religious cult whose leader believes the woman's son to be the Antichrist. A was released in 1991.
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  • 0-671-43267-2
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