REVIEW OF ‘ALL FALL DOWN’ BY TOM BALE

5 stars * * * * *

Published by Bookouture, 1st September 2016

 

 

You tried to save a life. Now you’re fighting to save your own.

It’s the perfect Sunday. Summer sunshine, a barbecue with the kids. But a knock on the garden gate and two words, ‘HELP ME’, changes everything.

When loving parents Rob and Wendy Turner let a dying man into their home, and do their best to help him, they think pure chance led him to their house. But soon their lives are threatened in ways they could never have imagined … and then the first anonymous letter arrives, forcing them to question all they know.

Someone is watching. Someone is waiting. They will stop at nothing.

Rob and Wendy will do anything to keep their family safe, but their children Georgia, Josh and Evan are teenagers now, with their own hidden lives.

Everyone has secrets, but how can you save your family, if you don’t really know them?

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I loved ‘See How They Run’, Tom Bale’s first thriller for Bookouture and I can say that ‘All Fall Down’ is equally fantastic. From the very start of Tom’s books the reader is pulled straight into a nightmare situation with characters to care about and a rollercoaster of high-octane action that just won’t let go. Highly recommended!