Night Fall: Number 3 in series

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Little, Brown Book Group, Sep 4, 2008 - Fiction - 608 pages
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Five years after the horrific crash of TWA Flight 800 over Long Island which killed 230 people, John Corey is inadvertently caught up in the now-closed case by his FBI lawyer wife, Kate, who believes the government's findings of mechanical failure is wrong.
The FBI don't take kindly to the case being looked into again and, as John Corey's instincts and investigations clearly show anomalies, he and Kate are sent off to the Yemen and Tanzania for a month or so each as punishment.
On his return, John is not put off - he has ten days' leave. Ten days in which to avoid the FBI and to find that elusive video tape taken by two adulterous lovers on the beach which may - or may not - show a sea-to-air missile racing up to hit the TWA Flight 800...
An exciting, edge-of-the-seat thriller - Nelson DeMille's best to date.

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User Review  - tearjerker -

If you have never read any of DeMilles books you are in for a treat. He mixes suspense with humor. Give it a try all the books are wonderful. Have even read some more than once. He builds the intrigue and makes his stories seem probable. Love this author. Read full review


User Review  - ladydriver -

living on long island when this really did happen it was great reading about the outcome of the search for the couple who recorded it. many people witnessed what was mentioned in the book and i also ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Nelson DeMille was born in New York City in 1943. He grew up on Long Island and graduated from Hofstra University with a degree of Political Science and History. After serving as an infantry officer in Vietnam, where he was decorated three times, DeMille worked as a journalist and short story writer. He wrote his first major novel, By the Rivers of Babylon, in 1978 and has gone on to write many other international bestsellers, with sales of over 55 million copies in 24 languages. He lives on Long Island.

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