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The Fallen

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From one of the world's favourite thriller writers, this is the fourth title in the Amos Decker crime series, following the bestselling Memory Man, The Last Mile and The Fix.

Product code: 9781509874293

ISBN 9781509874293
Dimensions H196xW130xS42
Series Amos Decker series
No. of pages 656
Publisher Pan Macmillan
Amos Decker, David Baldacci's unique special agent with the gift of a remarkable memory, returns in The Fallen. BOOK 4 IN THE AMOS DECKER SERIES Small towns which have seen better times are not unusual. But the mysterious events in Baronville, Pennsylvania, are raising the highly-tuned antennae of agent Amos Decker and his FBI partner, Alex Jamison. What was supposed to be a relaxing vacation turns into a murder investigation when two bodies are found in a nearby deserted house. With the body count rising, Decker and Jamison dig deep to uncover a sinister truth in Baronville, which could be the canary in the coalmine for the rest of the country. But even the duo's skills and Amos Decker's infallible memory may not be enough to save this town, or them, from becoming the next victims. PRAISE FOR THE AMOS DECKER SERIES "Decker is one of the most unusual detectives any novelist has dreamed up ... a master class on the bestseller. ... Highly entertaining." Washington Post "Amos Decker is an amazing character. Reading how Decker journeys from hitting rock bottom to finding ultimate redemption is nothing short of rewarding." Associated Press "Perennial bestseller Baldacci unveils an offbeat hero with an unusual skill set and tragic past who takes on the evil mastermind behind a devastating school shooting ... [Decker] proves a quirky, original antihero with a definite method to his madness ... Readers will want to see Decker back on the printed page again and again." Kirkus Reviews