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Book Reviews of All Fall Down

All Fall Down
All Fall Down
Author: Carlene Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780312984625
ISBN-10: 0312984626
Publication Date: 11/2/2004
Pages: 304
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 49 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
I am a huge fan of Carlene Thompson. I have read all of her books and I think they are all great reads. I live in West Virginia and I love how she writes about our state with a positive image. Her books always keep you guessing till the end and there is always a great plot to keep you interested. If anyone has not read her books, I feel sure you will not be dissapointed. I am hooked as a fan.
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I love Carlene Thompson. Her books keep you guessing until the end.
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A"light" mystery/thriller. Had me guessing, was a fun read.
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Very good mystery and suspense story!
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A Good read...
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a few deaths around town all centered around one woman,did she do it?
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I really enjoyed this book! It was fun, suspenseful, and it knew when to end. I would much rather read a 300 page book that is entertaining, gets to the point and keeps you turning the pages, than a 500 page story that drags on and on, making you long for the ending.

Blaine Avery is a beautiful, young vibrant woman who was suspected but never charged in the apparent suicide death of her older and wealthy husband. Now, 6 months later, people around Blaine are dying, shortly after being in her company. Are the rumors true? Is Blaine a cold-hearted killer, or is she being setup to take the blame for someone elses' crimes? Blaine claims to receive mysterious phone calls playing childrens songs right before the bodies are discovered. Is she lying to throw the police off track?

This book flowed so easily and was over before I knew it. It is a completely entertaining read. It won't take long to finish this book, but you'll be glad you took the time.
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Blaine Avery longed to live happlily ever after in the picturesque West Virginia Town where she was born. She never imagined she might also die there - any day now... Few locals believe that the golden goy Martin actually took his own life - rather his young beautiful widow, Blaine had nothing to do with his death. Well aware of hte rumors behind her back, she is focused on managing her late husband's finances and raising her teenaged stepdaughter... until her serene woodland property yields a gruesome discovery. For the 2nd time in 6 months Sheriff Quint has been called to the Avery place where a body has been found. This time belonging to a teenage girl, but if Rosie didn't kill herself who did? As the once sleepy town reels from the rash of so-called suicides, Blaine regrets the day she ever moved home. Only Sheriff Quint is willing to accept her innocence. Somebody calls her in the dead of night taunting her with the childhood rhyme: Ring around the rosy, a pocket full of posy, ashes, ashes, we.... ALL FALL DOWN
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Sizzling action!
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blaine avery longed to live happily ever afterin the picturesque west virginia town where she was born, she never dreamed she might die there, any day now.
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I read all of her books. She is always a great read.
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I recently discovered this author, and this book does not disappoint! Ms. Thompson has a unique style of introducing multiple possible 'villians' and then, through the story, has a way to convince you that you know who the killer is, only to flush out that character's story and prove that it isn't. I had it narrowed down to two, and both were wrong. If you like good suspense with just a little eeriness thrown in, you will like this book!
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