All That Fall Book Review from @kleffnotes

Kris Calvin’s debut thriller, All That Fall, releases on April 13th, but is currently available for pre-order. With a strong female lead that you will want to connect with, Calvin has crafted a thriller that hooks you. If you enjoy a race against the clock style story this is something you’ll want to know more about.

Emma Lawson is the youngest lead government ethics investigator in Sacramento, California. On a day off she goes to help her best friend Kate work on setting up for the opening of her new business, Rainbow Alley Preschool. Things suddenly shift when the most high profile child, Vivian Lange, who happens to be the governor’s granddaughter is kidnapped. At the same time Kate’s son Luke goes missing. Emma winds up drawn into the case and finds herself in a web of sordid secrets, a cold case, and lurking elements of bigotry and hate. Within forty-eight hours Emma races gain the clock to try and bring Vivian safely home and try and thwart a calculating killers plan.

This thriller feels like a ripped from the headlines style story that will keep you reading. As Emma tries to stop a killer and save the day she will be forced to weave her way through the clues. If you are a fan of thrillers this read is perfect and beyond that if you are a fan of ripped from the headlines style TV this is something that I think would translate well for you. Calvin has created a stellar debut with this book. You can pre-order your copy of All That Fall today.

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