All Fall Down

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1997 - Fiction - 477 pages
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A man dressed as a clown boards a school bus promising 27 disabled young passengers a surprise. Minutes later, one child is dead and 26 others have disappeared without a trace in the Las Cruces desert. The kidnapping stuns Ellen Camacho, single mother, and one of only two detectives in the small Southern California town. Nothing has prepared her for the promise from the kidnapper that all the children will die in 38 hours. And soon, the kidnapper's true motives and his twisted connection to Ellen become all too clear.

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User Review  - gac53 - LibraryThing

This is the first book I've read in awhile that made me unsure of the outcome of the next "event". I wound up reading it every chance I had just to find out. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A lone sociopath seizes a school bus carrying 27 handicapped children, and the world's eyes focus on a small town in the California desert for an edgy 48 hours. When Las Cruces wakes up to the fact ... Read full review


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Fox is a college professor.

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