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The Night Killer

The Night Killer Forensic investigator Diane Fallon fights for her life in her eighth mystery Diane is driving through a downpour on a windy mountain road after picking up a set of rare Indian artifacts when a tree su

  • Title: The Night Killer
  • Author: Beverly Connor
  • ISBN: 9780451229601
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • Forensic investigator Diane Fallon fights for her life in her eighth mystery.Diane is driving through a downpour on a windy mountain road after picking up a set of rare Indian artifacts when a tree suddenly slams across the hood of her car, revealing a human skeleton in its hollow trunk As she starts to investigate, she s ambushed by a stranger and forced to run for her lForensic investigator Diane Fallon fights for her life in her eighth mystery.Diane is driving through a downpour on a windy mountain road after picking up a set of rare Indian artifacts when a tree suddenly slams across the hood of her car, revealing a human skeleton in its hollow trunk As she starts to investigate, she s ambushed by a stranger and forced to run for her life Stranded in the night with a killer, Diane must uncover a secret hidden away by time and distance or she may not live to see another morning

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    1. Diane on said:

      Was that a banjo I hear playing in the distance? Diane Fallon starts out with adding an impressionable collection of arrow heads donated by a lovely old couple that live in a very secluded home in the mountains. A major thunder and lightening storm strikes on her way down the mountain, before you can blink a tree falls on her SUV and with it a skeleton cemented into the hollow of the tree. The home owners where this happens are very sketchy and it appears they would do harm to anyone and everyon [...]

    2. Elvan on said:

      Skeletons falling out of trees, multiple murders, red-neck power-hungry elected officials and the usual dash of caving and forensics. Another entertaining read brought to you by the vivid imagination of Beverly Connor.

    3. Jan on said:

      I love this series. Dr. Diane Fallon is an extremely interesting character. She is the director of a small museum in Georgia and the head of the county's crime scene investigation unit. The combination of the two make for some very interesting situations.

    4. Jen on said:

      I'm fond of the Diane Fallon forensic anthropologist mysteries - and this one has some very nice bits. However, I felt in places like the plot was reaching a bit too much. However, I really enjoyed parts of it, and there are some lovely character moments throughout.

    5. Bette on said:

      Diane Fallon series, I am still reading out-of-order because haven’t been able to locate copies of all title in order. Well written, entertaining with likeable characters

    6. Maureen on said:

      Excellentlove all the characters. the plot is exciting and keeps u on the edge of your seat

    7. Christy on said:

      Forensic anthropologist Dr. Diane Fallon, director of the RiverTrail Museum of Natural History and the Rosewood, GA crime lab, is returning from a trip to the mountains of Rendell County, Georgia where she arranged for the loan of an arrowhead collection from Roy Barre. Diane’s SUV is struck by a tree during a storm and a skeleton rolls across the hood of her car. Unsettled by this, Diane gets out of her vehicle and is accosted by a stranger. She escapes into the forest, pursued by the strange [...]

    8. Susan on said:

      Forensic investigator Diane Fallon is driving through a downpour on a mountain road after picking up a set of Indian artifacts when a tree suddenly slams across the hood of her car, revealing a human skeleton in its hollow trunk. As she starts to investigate, she's ambushed by a nasty stranger and forced to run for her life. Stranded in the night, with dogs tracking her, she encounters a mysterious man who helps. Then just when she comes upon a dwelling and feels finally safe, she discovers the [...]

    9. Samantha on said:

      No messing about in Beverly Connor's books on page 5 we have a skeleton by page 20 we have 2 more murder victims. As one review I read on (sorry can't remember the name) said the Fallon series is always a bit of a personal crusade pitting Diane against the "hicks" of local law enforcement but this instalment was even more so, however, I much prefer the parts of the story that concentrate on Diane's team working to put the pieces of a mystery together. That for me is when the story comes alive r [...]

    10. Sarah on said:

      Forensic archeologist Diane Fallon is driving home on a winding mountain road in heavy rain when a tree suddenly hits the hood of her car, revealing the skeleton hidden within its hollow trunk.As she gets out her car for a closer look, a strange man tries to grab her and she runs for her life into the woods she seeks refuge further up the mountain road with friends but makes another startling discovery, they have been murdered in the few short hours since she left them.What begins as a terrible [...]

    11. Taylor Tyler on said:

      This installment of the Diane Fallon Forensic Investigator series really picked up from the last book. I've found in this series that all the books are enjoyable, but there are some you just can't put down. By reading the synopsis on the back, you may think the book is about her night in the woods but it's not. I was a little disappointed since I thought it was going to be very different than previous books. However, I wasn't disappointed for long. I found the story very interesting and enjoyed [...]

    12. Kathryn on said:

      Round and round she goes, who the killer is, nobody knows. Well, actually Beverly Connor is very good at wrapping everything up. The plot takes many twists and turns leaving you constantly guessing as to the identity of the killer and the reasons behind the murders. If you pay attention and work at it a bit you should be able to figure out who did it and why. A very fast paced enjoyable mystery.

    13. Marja McGraw on said:

      I'm currently reading this one, but I've read others in the series already. I thoroughly enjoy the Diane Fallon series. It can be a little graphic from time to time, but the author doesn't belabor the violence and consequences. This is a forensic investigation series and the stories are intriguing.Very well-written, and I've started reading another series by this author, too.

    14. Dantegideon on said:

      This is probably the most well-crafted of the stories so far. Genuinely gripping. Dialogue still quite clunky though! "There's some of your favourite science fiction on TV tonight," Frank smiled. "Humans don't talk like that, Frank.""Darn," said Frank. "It's back to the robot factory for me!"

    15. April on said:

      Although I enjoyed this book, I saw the twist coming way in advance. I really liked the characters in the book and liked the new character that was introduced to the gang. I really love this series, and I know there is only one book left. I hope it's not the conclusion, because I'm not ready for it to end yet.

    16. Phillipa on said:

      Again, I enjoyed this one. I like the series but I suspect it is getting a little formulaic. Every one I read has the lead character ending up personally embroiled and attacked in some way which I suspect is not how it happens in real life at all, ever.That said I still enjoy the characters and will keep reading.

    17. Mary Beth on said:

      Well. I really enjoyed this one! This is a real page turner right from the get go. It starts off with a car accident in a rain storm and just keeps you on the edge of your seat. I couldn't put it down.

    18. Nicole on said:

      Found this book at an auction, going into the book i hadn't realized it was a "series." However, besides a few mentions to previous events, it read fine without having read the others. The book was so fascinating that I almost immediately ordered the first and second book.

    19. Em on said:

      Each book follows a specific formula, in which at least two storylines may or may not connect by the end of the book. The villain(s) in this one was/were a bit too obvious but it's also possible I read too many of these back to back and am just ready for a break / different type of book again.

    20. Shirley on said:

      Loved it. Like Diane Fallon character, and though I guessed the guilty party fairly early, still found it a really good read. Couple planning to donate arrowheads to museum mysteriously found dead; more deaths follow.

    21. Larry on said:

      Couldn't wait to finish it and be done with it. I knew who the killer was as soon as they were introduced.

    22. Leslie Angel on said:

      A good series. This one's scary, a little predictable but not completely. Quite a few plots, don't want to give any away.

    23. Kay on said:

      Enjoyable middle-of-the-road mystery, just right for this busy time of year. I will probably read the rest in the series, kindly loaned to me by a friend.

    24. David on said:

      Only one more to read in this series and have enjoyed it enormously.

    25. Meghan on said:

      It was a good story, I like the characters, and even though I read it out of order, it wasn't hard to follow new characters.

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