We All Fall Down

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.23 hours)
Product Number: Z100023955
Released: Jul 12, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780307939647
Narrator/s: Stephen Hoye
Publisher: Books on Tape
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Chicago cop turned private investigator Michael Kelly is racing to save his city from a deadly new foe: a biological weapon unleashed underground. When a lightbulb falls in a subway tunnel, it releases a pathogen that could kill millions. While the mayor postures, people begin to die, especially on the city's grim West Side. Hospitals become morgues. L trains are converted into rolling hearses. Finally, the government acts, sealing off entire sections of the city-but are they keeping people out or in? Meanwhile, Michael Kelly's hunt for the people who poisoned his city takes him into the tangled underworld of Chicago's West Side gangs and the even more frightening world of black biology-an elite discipline emerging from the nation's premier labs, where scientists play God and will stop at nothing to preserve their secrecy. It's a brave new world...?nd the most audacious page-turner yet from an emerging modern master.

Author(s): Michael Harvey
Series: Michael Kelly Series No: 4
Original Publish Date: Jul 12, 2011

All formats/editions

Author(s): Michael Harvey
Product Number EB00170968
Released: Dec 30, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: #9780307700438

Professional reviews

"There's plenty of murder and mayhem in this latest Michael Kelly adventure, and narrator Stephen Hoye makes the most of it by pacing the action well. The nursery rhyme this book's title comes from refers to the sixteenth-century epidemic of "Black Death," which killed one third of humanity. That's close to what detective Michael Kelly is called on to combat in Harvey's newest. Someone has released a deadly pathogen on the West Side of Chicago, and while corpses are loaded onto trains for cremation, Kelly searches for the source. Somehow the answer relates to a murdered Korean merchant, a Mafia boss, and a local gang. Hoye's accents are highly believable, and his narrative voice is unusual and intriguing. Overall, there's nothing in this performance that lets the listener down. A.L.H. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"

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