All Fall Down by Tom Bale
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?
Publishing date: 1st September 2016
This was one book I have been looking forwatd too since I found out about its upcoming release in September as Tom Bale has already earned himself a place in my ATF Top Twenty with See How They Run (yes the book that was #SoGoodMyKindleMelted), and was really excited when Kim at Bookcouture offered me the chance to read it in advance advance (before Netgalley release so honoured or what? )
I was once again completely floored by the unrelenting and terrifying realism of Tom’s writing and All Fall Down is a book that exceeded all my expectations, it is extraordinarily good. Every aspect of it feels so real and I quickly become drawn into the story that just pulls you in deeper and deeper completely effortlessly and believeably.
Another highly enjoyable read from Tom Bale….Good story, good writing, good characters (some not so good) What more could you ask? Another top class book please Tom is the answer.
This book has #MoreMenaceThanDennis and I recommend it highly.
About the Author
Tom Bale decided that he wanted to be an author from the age of seven but, after another career got in the way, it wasn’t until much later that his dream was fulfilled. After several books with Random House, Tom signed with Bookouture for two stunning ‘everyman’ thrillers.