- DeMille's previous novel, Up Country (0-446-51657-0), was published in Warner hardcover in 1/02, debuting at #2 on the New York Times bestseller list. To date, it has sold over one million copies in hardcover and paperback print combined. Film rights were sold to Paramount Pictures, the studio... show more
- DeMille's previous novel, Up Country (0-446-51657-0), was published in Warner hardcover in 1/02, debuting at #2 on the New York Times bestseller list. To date, it has sold over one million copies in hardcover and paperback print combined. Film rights were sold to Paramount Pictures, the studio that produced the highly successful film version of DeMille's The General's Daughter, starring John Travolta. - The Book-of-the-Month Club has made Night Fall a Main Selection. - Night Fall marks the return of the popular character Detective John Corey, who was previously featured in the author's New York Times bestsellers The Lion's Game (Warner, 2000) and Plum Island (Warner, 1997), which hit #1 on the list. Both novels have over two million copies in print combined, respectively, and received widespread critical acclaim. - There are more than 17 million copies of the author's books in print in the United States alone. - Available as a Time Warner AudioBook - Also available in a Large Print Edition.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 1st 2005
Pages no: 692
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: John Corey (#3)
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As of this writing, it has been 17 years since TWA Flight 800 exploded in mid-air and fell into the ocean off the coast of New York, killing all 230 passengers and crew aboard. A large-scale government investigation determined a stray spark in an empty mid-section fuel tank ignited fumes, resulting ...
Ok, this was just plain boring. The story was blase, the main character was a complete dick [instead of being a smart alecky wisecracker like the author intended] and the ending, hit me in the gut hard. And I didn't like that. I'm really of two minds about the ending. Part of me realizes that 9/11...
Reread this one after hearing about the upcoming TWA 800 documentary, as I wanted to see if shared any of the same theories about the crash. Conspiracy theories aside, this book reads like a good ol' fashioned detective novel and I love it. Of course, having listened to the audio version, it's imp...