Thief River Falls

Brian Freeman (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.67
Publisher
Thomas & Mercer
Publish Date
February 01, 2020
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781542093385
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About the Author

Brian Freeman is a New York Times bestselling author of psychological suspense novels including Spilled Blood, winner of the ITW Thriller Award for best novel.

Reviews

An Amazon Best Book of the Month: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

"[In] this strong standalone from Thriller Award-winner Freeman (the Jonathan Stride series), ...Readers will admire the skillful way Freeman plays tricks with thriller conventions." --Publishers Weekly

"Brian Freeman's new stand-alone psychological thriller, Thief River Falls, [is] a twisty story that keeps the reader off balance until the surprising conclusion. First you'll read it, then you'll go back to see how the heck he did it." --Pioneer Press

"This page-turner has more twists than Duluth's Skyline Parkway or even San Francisco's Lombard Street. It's a helluva journey, and it has an I'm-not-crying, Shutter Island-like shocker surprise at the end." --Duluth News-Tribune

"A thrilling, nonstop adventure..." --The Real Book Spy

"Thief River Falls reads like a whirlwind and ends way too soon for readers like myself who wanted to remain glued to these pages. The finale is brilliantly crafted and even brought a sniffle to my nose. This is highly recommended for those who enjoy their psychological thrillers infused with plenty of smarts and non-stop action." --Bookreporter

"Freeman does a masterful job creating a nightmare scenario of never-ending darkness, roads that go nowhere with bogeymen at every intersection. A disturbing yet compelling thriller." --Booklist

"Smart, wickedly suspenseful and full of truly shocking twists, Thief River Falls is also a moving tale about family--and with a thriller writer at its center. How could I help but love it?" --Alison Gaylin, Edgar-winning author of Never Look Back