All the Demons Are Here: A Thriller

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$19.99  $18.59
Publisher
Back Bay Books
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Pages
336
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780316424486
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About the Author

Jake Tapper has written two New York Times bestselling novels, The Hellfire Club and The Devil May Dance, as well as the bestselling nonfiction book The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor, which was turned into a critically acclaimed film in 2020. He is the lead DC anchor and chief Washington correspondent for CNN. A Dartmouth graduate and Philly native, he lives in Washington, DC, with his wife, daughter, and son.

Reviews
"Jake Tapper's All the Demons Are Here is a brilliant and beautifully written book that had me from page one and never let me go. Tapper's novel is a deeply immersive experience, an expertly written thriller that places you in a fascinating period of American history with great characters you care about and want to spend time with. In All The Demons Are Here Tapper has delivered another wickedly smart, emotional and gripping page-turning thriller after The Devil May Dance and The Hellfire Club. I will read whatever he writes."
--T.J. Newman
"Jake Tapper has become a master storyteller with his dazzling skill of weaving real people and events with a cast of characters as gripping as any in fiction."
--Michael Connelly
"Jake Tapper's latest, All The Demons Are Here, is an absolute page-turner chronicling the continuing adventures of the Marder clan. Evel Knievel? Check. UFOs? Check? A serial killer stalking the nation's capital? Check. And all set during one of America's secretly weirdest years: 1977. Powered by dual protagonists Ike and Lucy Marder, the book sends the reader pinballing across America, looking for answers in a strange, post-Watergate world. Tapper's deep knowledge of American history is on display, as is his obvious love of American pop culture-- the good, the bad, and the bizarre. 'Merica, baby!!!!"
--Gillian Flynn