Read Deadfall Online Free - Hunting a killer within New York's urban jungle becomes the biggest case of Alexandra Cooper's career in New York Times bestselling author Linda Fairstein's latest unputdownable thriller.
A wild heart beats within New York City. Amid concrete and skyscrapers, the Wildlife Conservation Society works to preserve and protect the animal kingdom both within and beyond the borders of the five boroughs. But dangerous creatures don't always have claws and fangs, as Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper and NYPD detectives Mike Chapman and Mercer Wallace know all too well. Predators lurk close to home, and in the aftermath of the shocking drive-by murder of an important city employee someone Alex has worked with for years the trio must discover who the bigger snake is: the killer or the victim.
Investigations into the death provide more questions than answers, as a tangled mess of secrets slowly comes to light. From bribes to secret societies, from big-game hunting to the illegal animal trade, from New York City zoos to behind closed doors in government buildings, Alex will have her work cut out for her if she wants to uncover the truth and uphold the integrity of the office she has so proudly served.
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July 02, 2017
I am always fascinated by the information that has become such an integral part of Linda Fairstein’s Alex Cooper books. The information and histories she shares about New York City almost becomes more interesting than the story. Almost, but not quite, because Fairstein manages to pull the reader...
June 08, 2017
The 19th book in this amazing series opens with the shooting death of Alex's boss, the District Attorney, Paul Battaglia.
Alex finds herself being treated more as a suspect than a witness when the FBI steps in. The US Attorney seems to have a problem with Alex, but they've never met, so what coul...
August 23, 2017
If you are a faithful follower of the Alexandra Cooper Series written by Linda Fairstein but you have not yet read the 18th book in the series, Killer Look, you may want to stop reading this review now. In book #19, Deadfall, Linda Fairstein picks up the story where she ended in 'Killer Look'......
July 26, 2017
OBS this review spoilers the ending of the previous book!
Entombed, book seven in the Alexandra Cooper series was the first book I read by Fairstein and I loved it. Since then have I read two other books in the series before I read this one. One of them was the book previous (and the other is the...
July 04, 2017
**I received an online ARC from NetGalley at no charge for review.**
Die hard Fairstein fans - I'm sure you will enjoy this book. I enjoy Fairstein's plotlines immensely for the most part - I think she does a great job in creating fresh stories, and I like how this book started just where they las...
July 28, 2017
I have read and enjoyed all of the books in this series. However, I am not enjoying Alexandra's increasing whining. What initially drew me to the series was the strength of the main character, the diversity/personalities and camaraderie of those who surround her, the locations and history of New...
July 30, 2017
While I have mostly enjoyed this whole series, the last couple of books in it have left me feeling underwhelmed. Alex, again, finds herself at the center of a murder investigation. She is left reeling after the murder and, instead of acting with a logical mind, she starts to touch the victim in t...
July 18, 2017
I've read most of the Alexandra Cooper series and have enjoyed them. While the story was interesting and the plot lively, Alex's behavior in this book drove me nuts. At the end of the second chapter, the NYPD officer begins reading Alex her rights. The first week of law school, you are taught tha...
August 02, 2017
Was this one of her best? My opinion---No. I like the characters and having been reading since her first book. I like that the main character is strong minded and had a bit of a problem with her meltdown and did not care for some of the interactions between "Coop" and Mike. Mike is a bit bossy an...
August 05, 2017
I've enjoyed many of Linda Fairstein's previous books featuring Alex and Mike as main characters. I can't say the same about this one. Alex is whimpy and whinney and Mike is pushy and unsympathetic and the main story is a jumble of disconnected events and "clues". I also felt as if Fairstein seem...