Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Dead Fall By Nancy Mehl


He has a deadly endgame in mind--and he's already chosen each victim . . . including her.

After putting to rest the most personal case of her career, Alex Donovan is ready to move on and focus on her future at the FBI's elite Behavioral Analysis Unit. When the BAU cofounder is discovered dead in his hotel room, the FBI is called in to work on the strangest case they've ever faced. How do you find a killer who murders his victims from a distance?

When it becomes clear that the killer is targeting agents in Alex's unit, they are ordered into lockdown, sheltered in the dorms at Quantico. Alex bunks with controversial agent Kaely Quinn, and as they work together, Alex discovers in Kaely the role model she's never had--despite being warned away.

As Alex questions the type of agent she wants to become, things get personal when the brilliant killer strikes close to home. Now Alex will do anything to find the killer--even at the risk of her own life. 

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Nancy Mehl ( is the author of more than 40 books and a Christy Award and Carol Award finalist as well as the winner of an ACFW Book of the Year award. Her short story, Chasing Shadows, was in the USA Today bestselling Summer of Suspense anthology. Nancy writes from her home in Missouri, where she lives with her husband, Norman, and their puggle, Watson.

My Thoughts...
I honestly love Nancy Mehl's book. I look forward to reading them whenever they come out. Dead Fall is one that I have patiently been waiting for. I love the character development, Nancy does that so well. The main character is someone everyone can love. She is a strong female figure but she knows she has room to grow and strives to be the person she is meant to be, I enjoyed the suspense and action that this book provided.  I was captivated from the first chapter until the end. I am hoping for a third in this series.
I gave this book 4 stars. And I recommend it.
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