Odd Interlude by Dean Koontz, 279 pages
After saving the world from nuclear Armageddon Odd and company are beginning to make their way back to Pico Mundo when they decide to stop at Harmony Corners. Harmony Corners has everything weary travels need a cozy diner, service stations, and cottages for rent. Overseeing this homestead is the Harmony family. When Odd and company stop at there for the night they discover there is much more to this secluded place than meets the eye.
while being shorter than most of the books and being more of a side adventure to the main story this was actually a pretty good. It a bit more supernatural element than the previous book. Despite being an interlude in the series it has just as much mystery and action as any of the books, and stays just a good.