A detective with a unique gift, a tragic suicide and big city corruption.
The Fallen is the stunning new thriller from the author of The Blue Hour.
'A great writer ... he's amazing' - Lee Child
What if you could tell someone was a killer just by looking at them? Detective Robbie Brownlaw can.
A six-storey plunge from a burning hotel leaves him with the usual broken bones -- and something different. Synesthesia. The ability to see words and emotions as colours makes Robbie a human lie detector.
It's a condition that might have helped Garrett Asplundth. Hired to look into rumours surrounding a certain madam's Little Black Book, Garrett found a lot more than the usual round of losers and sad husbands. But the dirt came at a high price.
Now he's dead and it's only when Robbie gets hold of the book that he finds out just why Garrett was so curious -- and why others will kill to get it back!
About the Author
Jefferson Parker is the New York Times bestselling author of six novels, including The Triggerman's Dance and Where Serpents Lie. He lives in Laguna Beach, California. When not working on his books, Parker spends his time with his family, hiking, hunting and fishing, and haunting the public tennis courts.
Praise for 'The Fallen': 'Writes with intelligence, style and sensitivity, and he belongs in the first rank of American crime novelists.' Washington Post 'Excellent!with his trademark psychological acuity and empathy, Parker creates a world of fully realized characters coping with obsession and loss!compelling.' Publisher's Weekly 'Deft!his dialogue crackles and pops in an intricate and well-paced tale set in a city where shadowy characters lurk beneath sunny skies.' Booklist Praise for Jefferson Parker: 'A great writer!he's amazing.' Lee Child 'Parker gets better and better.' Literary Review 'Insanely imaginative.' New York Times 'Parker has only one rival -- Thomas Harris.' Washington Post 'One of our top writers.' Harlan Coben 'I rank the crime novels of Jefferson Parker up there with the best.' Sue Grafton
Number Of Pages: 470
Published: 18th June 2007
Dimensions (cm): 17.6 x 11.0 x 3.4
Weight (kg): 0.281