All Fall Down by Erica Spindler

245340When it comes to crime, mystery, thriller books, Erica Spindler’s Dead Run is my basis or standard to determine my thoughts and reaction to another book of the same genre. Yes, that’s how obsessed I am with her and Dead Run specifically. And when I liked someone that much, I may or may not be stalking about their works. I like to research about their list of works and read more of it so here I am about to share my thoughts about another book of hers.

All Fall Down revolves around the story of triplet sisters and touches stories/issues about abuse, cheating, revenge and don’t forget … a serial killer on the loose. Melanie May, is a small town cop who is very determined to go big in her chosen profession even though it means risking her career to convince a great and a very experienced FBI profiler, Connor Sparks, that the series of men dying is no coincidence at all. Driven by her certainty, curiosity and the profile of the suspect described by Connor, she delved into the case until she uncovered and came face-to-face with the horrible truth.

This is another cant-put-down book of Erica Spindler. This book manipulated my thinking big time, it made me guessing all throughout the story. Just when I thought I figured it out only to be confronted in the story that nope, not really. My brain have become kind of ambivalent while reading this, I have come back and forth in my guesses as to who the culprit is which something that really captivated me and held my curiosity until the end which I conclude that the author did a great job of convincing the reader that adds up to the thrill and suspense in the story. Though I feel like the ending is kind of so out of the blue and though it isn’t as chilling and terrifying as the Dead Run, it still is a great and enjoyable read that is hard to put down. A recommended read.

Erica Spindler doesn’t disappoint, so I must say, expect more of her works to be reviewed here.

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