All Fall Down by Erica Spindler

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Men are dying unexpectedly in Charlotte, North Carolina-all victims of bizarre accidents. No one will call these deaths murder.

No one except small-town cop Melanie May. She sees the pattern: a serial killer targeting men who have slipped through the fingers of justice. Alone with her awful certainty, Melanie risks her career to convince Connor Parks, a troubled FBI profiler, that she's right.

Suddenly Melanie is in the limelight, lauded for uncovering the Dark Angel. But her involvement makes her a target. For as she and Connor study the victims, their deaths, the signature the murderer leaves at every scene, Melanie comes face-to-face with the terrible truth. The profile Connor's created fits someone in her own life...a profile of a cunning killer, one without remorse and bent on vengeance.

A killer who will not stop until... All Fall Down.


About Erica Spindler

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A New York Times and International bestselling author, critics have called Erica Spindler's stories, "terrific twisted tales." She received the prestigious Daphne du Maurier award for Excellence in 2002 for the novel, Bone Cold, and she is a two-time Kiss of Death award winner. She lives in the New Orleans area with her husband, an advertising executive, and their two sons.
Published June 20, 2011 by MIRA. 512 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Romance, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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Melanie, Mia and Ashley are triplets dealing with the effects of an abusive childhood in Spindler's (Cause for Alarm) dark psychological thriller. Grown up and battling dysfunction, Mia's now married

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