Fan Sues Dean Koontz for Signed Editions

LAS VEGAS (CN) – It’s not a book by Stephen King: It’s a lawsuit from a fan of Dean Koontz, who says the best-selling author refuses to return signed works the fan values at $188,000.
Raymond Davis sued Koontz on Monday in Clark County Court, alleging fraud, conversion, breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
Davis says he acquired a large collection of Koontz’s books, many of them signed, through a friend, John Paul Bodner. Bodner gave his Koontz collection to Davis in 2012, and died a year later.

Full article @ Courthouse News Service

2 Replies to “Fan Sues Dean Koontz for Signed Editions”

  1. First, I don’t understand the reason behind all the Stephen King references … why always King?

    Second,. why would Dean Koontz want to keep books signed by himself to get rich??Gee … that’s so … illogical

    and Third, $188K .. wow!! How many books are we talking about here!!

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