Fallen (A Private Investigator Series of Crime and Suspense Thrillers, Book 5)

Fallen (A Private Investigator Series of Crime and Suspense Thrillers, Book 5)

Nick Stephenson

Language: English

Pages: 339

ISBN: B00MMAAKEC

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Sometimes, the only justice is the one you make for yourself…

When a wanted terrorist voluntarily surrenders himself into FBI custody, expert criminology consultant Leopold Blake suddenly finds himself drawn into a deadly game of cat and mouse - and he’s already several moves behind. As the shocking truth is uncovered, Blake realizes with chilling certainty that life as he knows it is over. An old enemy has returned after decades in hiding, and, for him, getting caught is only the beginning…

Left for dead and with nowhere to turn, Leopold will soon discover the true meaning of loyalty - and what it means to lose everything he holds dear.

For Mary Jordan, police sergeant with the NYPD, danger has always been part of the job description. But with New York City on the brink of a major attack, and with Leopold out of commission, Jordan is forced to seek out new allies. Together, they will need to push their skills - and their lives - to the ultimate limit. But who can she trust?

Fallen is the sixth book in the Number 1 Best Selling Leopold Blake Series of Private Investigator Thrillers, and can be read as a standalone novel.

Interview with the Author

Q - So, what makes the Leopold Blake series special?

A - It's a mix of things, really. When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create something that mirrored exactly the kind of books I like to read. My top picks are usually private detective novels, any of the thousands of thrillers and mysteries best sellers, and, of course, books featuring your classic pulp heroes. Basically, anything with a kick-butt attitude and fast-paced style gets my vote.

The Leopold Blake books are a great mix of these genres. You'll find the series focuses on the mystery and thriller / private detective genre overall, with a couple of financial thrillers thrown in for good measure, some political thrillers, and a serial killer novel or two to keep things interesting!

Overall, the Leopold Blake series is designed to keep you turning the pages - and I've made sure there's never a dull moment.

Q - What order should I read the books in?

A - I’ve written the series so you can read the books in any order, and all the story threads will tie up nicely by the time you're finished. If you do want to read them in order, I'd suggest the following sequence:

- Paydown (prequel)

- Wanted

- Panic

- Departed

- Ratio

- Fallen (coming soon)

Q - So, why should readers give these books a try?

A - Because the Leopold Blake series is a fast, fun, thrill-ride that takes no prisoners! Each of the books has hit the top ten bestsellers list on Kindle for Crime Thrillers, and each have been featured on Amazon's Thrillers 100 Must Reads list - which is no mean feat.

Ultimately, readers who enjoy lightning-fast pacing with a plot that twists and turns all the way to the end will get a kick out of this series.

Q - Can readers get the whole series in one go?

A - Sure. I've put together a few bundles if people want to save a little moolah and grab all the books in one swoop. Check out my author page here at Amazon for more details, and a full list of my available titles.

And thanks for reading!

Leopold Blake Private Investigator Series eBook Categories:

- Mystery Series

- Crime Thrillers

- Private Investigator Series

- Private Detective Novels

- Thrillers and Mysteries Best Sellers

- Thrillers 100 Must Reads

- Thriller Detective Series

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between bumpers to get to the other side of the road while traffic waited at the lights. After thirty minutes, the driver wrenched the car through an intersection and pulled up near a hotel complex. He kept the engine running and tapped the meter with an index finger. Jerome handed three twenties over and the driver passed him a business card. “You call any time, I can be here,” the driver said. “Discount if you pay cash.” Jerome said he’d think about it. All paid up, they climbed out of the

“Let’s try not to draw too much attention. Keep it slow and natural.” “This isn’t my first time at the rodeo, you know,” Mary said, feeling a flash of irritation. “Just make sure you’ve got my back.” “Yes, ma’am.” Mary caught the note of sarcasm. “And don’t call me ‘ma’am.’” A scuffling noise made both Mary and Marshall flinch. Marshall reached for his weapon, his hand at his hip. “Am I interrupting you two?” A woman’s voice sounded from somewhere in front of them. Mary heard the sound of

blended perfectly into the background, hiding in plain sight. Hawkes had rolled the Range Rover into the cargo bay, waited for the other car to join them, and then followed Blake up to the bridge – a double-height room stuffed with navigation systems, a panoramic view of the harbor and the New York City skyline visible through the plate glass windows. Most of the controls were automated, but Hawkes knew some human interaction was still required – although he himself hadn’t a clue what any of the

engines and the rocking of the cabin were beginning to make him feel nauseous. “Well, I’m sorry we couldn’t roll out the red carpet and get you a private jet. But the CIA is working on a budget.” Jerome shuffled in his seat. “We’ll be fine. Let’s just try and get some sleep. We’re going to need it.” “Easier said than done,” Leopold repeated. He sighed impatiently. “What happens when we land?” Kane leaned back in her chair and closed her eyes. “Relax. The hard part’s over. You got me some good

here,” said Ward. “It’s Sergeant Jordan’s final decision.” Mary leaned back in her chair. “Hell, if she wants to get herself shot at, I’m all for it. So long as she knows what she’s doing.” “I got his ass back here, didn’t I?” said Kane, pointing at Leopold. “What’s your problem with him?” Mary asked. “Anything I need to be aware of?” “Nothing that’s going to get in the way of what needs to be done. I’m sure if we get out of this alive, he’ll tell you all about it.” Leopold felt all eyes on

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