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The Fallen

The Fallen

Pocketbok

Nyskick. Pan Books Ltd | Utg. 2018 | Pocket. | 634 s. | 9781509874286 | Denna bok är förlagsny. | Språk: Engelska ------ Mer info: Small towns which have seen better times are not unusual. But the mysterious events in Baronville, Pennsylvania, are raising the highly-tuned antennae of agent Amos Decker and his FBI partner, Alex Jamison. What was supposed to be a relaxing vacation turns into a murder investigation when two bodies are found in a nearby deserted house.With the body count rising, Decker and Jamison dig deep to uncover a sinister truth in Baronville, which could be the canary in the coalmine for the rest of the country.But even the duo's skills and Amos Decker's infallible memory may not be enough to save this town, or them, from becoming the next victims.

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ISBN
9781509874286
Titel
The Fallen
Författare
David Baldacci
Förlag
Pan Macmillan
Utgivningsår
2018
Bandtyp
Pocket
Språk
English
Baksidestext
Amos Decker, David Baldacci's unique special agent with the gift of a remarkable memory, returns in The Fallen.Poison Town is the name of the place. Well, that's its well-earned nickname that its citizens like to use. Its real name is Barronville, named after its founder, John Barron who built his empire from those twin pillars of moneymaking a century ago: mines and manufacturing. His thirst for wealth is the only reason the town exists, which is the case for many such small towns across the country. Barron is long dead and the town is not that far behind. The mines and manufacturing are gone and all this left is one Barron heir living out a slow, aristocratic pauper's death in an old, crumbling mansion on the hill. The townspeople are dwindling in number and seizing on any scraps they can to survive. Opioid addiction runs rampant. The health of the citizenry is poor. Job skills and prospects are in a sad state. Despair is everywhere, but the people soldier on. There is hope amid all the bad. People still live their lives and they get by in myriad ways. There is cleverness and ingenuity in abundance in the midst of so much misery. In that regard it is like many small towns across America.Enter Amos Decker and Alex Jamison.Why are they traveling to Barronville?