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Jericho's Fall

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2012

    Like an old Hitchcock movie

    The story was slow and didn't really pick up until last chapter• I still found it hard to put down. Maybe it's Stephan's way with the characters, but I felt like I was in the scene with them. I felt part of the action so the "getting" there didn't bother me so much. It reminded me if an old Alfred Hitchcock movie.....never quite knowing what was going to unfold or when things would start coming together.

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  • Posted July 1, 2010

    Gripping, Thrilling Suspense Novel

    Set in the Colorado Rockies in April, 2009, the story opens with Beck rushing through the mountains to the sickbed of her former lover, Jericho Ainsley. He has called for her; and she wants to pay her final respects. Theirs was a doomed relationship from the start with Professor Ainsley falling head-over-heels in love with his student, Rebecca. His marriage was already in trouble; and he was caught completely off-guard when the young, innocent, impressionable Rebecca unintentionally wedged her way into a secret chamber of his heart. Disadvantaged by the differences in age and experience, Rebecca, the love of his life, was also his unintended victim.

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  • Posted September 5, 2009

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    Good Writer and Yet...

    I am a fan of this author and own all of his fiction works. I am such a fan that I have autographed hardcover copies of his novels. This story puts forth the premise that there is mental instability in the intelligence community, a scary thought. The story moves along, but at times seems to be forced. There is enough action to keep thriller loving readers on their toes, but at times unnecessary plot twists seem contrived only to make the book longer. Maybe this would have worked better as a novella. The "and Yet" part is that despite the weaknesses in this particular novel, I kept reading because the characters are interesting and I did want to see how it all wrapped up. The ending will leave you with much to think about.

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    Posted April 2, 2011

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