The photos show the selection of reading materials available to Dugard and her daughters, such as a self-help book, titled Self Esteem: A Family Affair, as well plenty of paperbacks by Dean Koontz, the best-selling author of suspense thrillers that are said to incorporate elements of horror, science fiction, mystery and satire.
Sorry, I've never read him. Any Koontz fans out there who could provide any insight on any significance of Koontz in the Garrido family library? Wikipedia says that "Koontz describes his youth as one of poverty under the abuse of a tyranical father."
Meanwhile, the photos by Nick Stern, also show items that you'd find in any girl's or young woman's bedroom: cat ornaments, books about cat care, floral linens, snow globes, makeup, jewelry box, and a hair brush.