Red Rain

Red Rain

In a town where the corrupt are protected, a bereaved mother seeks retribution for an arsonist’s deadly crimes. Only Nameless can help ease the burden of her grief—and satisfy her rage—in part four of this thrilling series.

After a suspicious house fire, Regina Belmont lost her two children, was left disfigured, and was abandoned by her gutless husband. Brokenhearted and bullied into silence by corrupt officials, Regina’s only recourse for truth and justice is Nameless. There’s something about this case that’s breaking Nameless’s heart as well. But can he bear to remember why?

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz comes Red Rain, part of Nameless, a riveting collection of short stories about a vigilante nomad, stripped of his memories and commissioned to kill. Follow him in each story, which can be read or listened to in a single sitting.

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    Red Rain Reviews

  • Dante

    "No one gives a shit about your dead kids"....

  • Obsidian

    This one read as filler to me. We have even more repetitiveness regarding Nameless and the woman and two kids he keeps seeing. I hope that the next two do a bit better than this."Red Rain" has Nameles...

  • Nilton Teixeira

    3.5 stars. This one was quite enjoyable but too short (less than 50 pages). I’m really enjoying this series. I want to jump to next one but I’m almost falling asleep....

  • wally

    finished this one yesterday...i think it was can't remember if it was in the treestand or maybe sitting in the truck there at the end of the road the broken glass road as my wife calls it good read fi...

  • Romeo

    An arsonist profiting from fires he does on contract and the people who are burned and thought of as collateral damage. It seems Dean Koontz is writing about the loss of what it even means to see just...

  • Mark Noble

    Red Rain, the fourth story in the Dean Koontz’s Nameless series, continues the pattern set in the first three stories. It is another, short, one sitting read. Koontz keep you turning pages until the...

  • Mary

    This is my favorite in the Nameless short story series. It pulled me in with the woman who lost everything in a fire where she and her family were brushed off as collateral damage. Her two children de...

  • Lybo Buchanan

    This is the forth Book in the Nameless series. These are novellas, revolving around a man who has no memory beyond 2 years ago, does not know his own name, and is clairvoyant. He dishes out justice to...

  • Peggy Kincaid

    I read some reviews and I agree somewhat. I think that you have to listen to the stories. Nameless is a tool basically and it is the stories that matter the most. Certainly we are interested in him an...

  • Chris DiLeo

    It's my own fault.Although the previous three books in this series have been entertaining and quick reads, certain aspects were beginning to wear on me (too much narrative summary, repetitiveness, eas...