Synopses & Reviews
For fans of thrilling contemporary suspense, Rachel Howzell Hall's brilliant stand-alone novel brings seven sinners to a private island for a reckoning that will leave you breathless.
It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime.
Delighted by a surprise invitation, Miriam Macy sails off to a luxurious private island off the coast of Mexico with six other strangers. Surrounded by miles of open water in the gloriously green Sea of Cortez, Miriam is soon shocked to discover that she and the rest of her companions have been brought to the remote island under false pretenses — and all seven strangers harbor a secret.
Danger lurks in the lush forest and in the halls and bedrooms of the lonely mansion. Sporadic cell-phone coverage and miles of ocean keeps the group trapped in paradise. And strange accidents stir suspicions, as one by one...
They all fall down...
"Hall confidently delivers a highly entertaining stand-alone that pays homage to Agatha Christie while finding its own individual approach....They All Fall Down should be her breakout novel." Associated Press
"[A] cleverly updated version of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None....Hall slips from funny to darkly frightening with elegant ease." Publishers Weekly
"Hall (City of Saviors, 2017, etc.) borrows Agatha Christie’s broad strokes but employs fresh twists to keep readers guessing." Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Rachel Howzell Hall is a writer/assistant development director at City of Hope, a national leader in cancer research and treatment. Her first novel, A Quiet Storm, was a featured selection of Borders' Original Voices program, as well as an alternate selection of the Black Expressions book club. She lives in Los Angeles.