Seven hundred copies, specially bound, have been signed by the author and numbered.
Book Design and composition by the Sarabande Press
Seven color plates (6 by Parks)
Blue ink used for on title page and for section headings.
This was the first title to omit the “R.” from Dean R. Koontz. According to a letter from Dean to Jim Schendel, postmarked March 1999:
“When my publishers began to feature my name in large type on the book covers, on two lines instead of one, the “R.” dangling at the end of the first line was…well, bad design. So I asked them to drop it.”
A review and an ad for Dragon Tears appear on pages 16 and 30 respectively in The Overlook Connection #21, 1993.
“Barone heads for Channel” by Claudia Eller, Variety, 1993
”Channel [Productions] is developing a number of projects, including Mark Steven Johnson’s adaptation of Dean Koontz’s latest novel, ‘Dragon Tears.’”
Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club main selections; Mystery Guild featured alternate. (Jan.)
Dragon Tears makes an appearance on the shelves of the B. Dalton Booksellers store at the beginning of Fear Street: Part 1, 1994 (2021)
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