Night Fall: A Novel

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Warner Books, 2004 - Fiction - 488 pages
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- DeMille's previous novel, Up Country (0-446-51657-0), was published in Warner hardcover in 1/02, debuting at #2 on the New York Times bestseller list. To date, it has sold over one million copies in hardcover and paperback print combined. Film rights were sold to Paramount Pictures, the studio that produced the highly successful film version of DeMille's The General's Daughter, starring John Travolta.
- The Book-of-the-Month Club has made Night Fall a Main Selection.
- Night Fall marks the return of the popular character Detective John Corey, who was previously featured in the author's New York Times bestsellers The Lion's Game (Warner, 2000) and Plum Island (Warner, 1997), which hit #1 on the list. Both novels have over two million copies in print combined, respectively, and received widespread critical acclaim.
- There are more than 17 million copies of the author's books in print in the United States alone.
- Available as a Time Warner AudioBook
- Also available in a Large Print Edition.

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Liked the premise and the plot. - Goodreads
A page turner, but so disappointed in the ending. - Goodreads
Pretty good story - like his writing style... - Goodreads
Easy to read and fun. - Goodreads
What an awful ending! - Goodreads
Extremely well researched. - Goodreads

Review: Night Fall (John Corey #3)

User Review  - Scott Murdock - Goodreads

Maybe the best book I've read so far, Didn't see ending coming Read full review

Review: Night Fall (John Corey #3)

User Review  - John - Goodreads

Really enjoyed this book and learned a good bit about the real life tragic fate of the passengers of TWA Flight 800.Mr. Demille has really outdone himself with the John Corey series.This is the third ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Nelson DeMille was born in New York City on August 23, 1943. He attended Hofstra University for three years, then joined the Army and went to Officer Candidate School. He was commissioned a First Lieutenant and served in Vietnam as an infantry platoon leader with the First Calvary Division. He received the Air Medal, Bronze Star, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry while in the service. He eventually returned to Hofstra University and received a degree in political science and history. His first writings were NYPD detective novels, but his first major novel, By the Rivers of Babylon, was published in 1978. His other works include Cathedral, The Talbot Odyssey, Word of Honor, The Gold Coast, The General's Daughter, Spencerville, Plum Island, The Lion's Game, Up Country, Night Fall, Wild Fire, and The Quest.

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