A NYPD officer goes rogue and sparks a cross-country manhunt, but former Scotland Yard detective Austin Grant knows there's more to the case than meets the eye. The second thriller by Scott Shepherd.
A retired Scotland Yard Inspector races to prove the innocence of his daughter's fiance in this fast-paced and expertly crafted whodunnit from 'marvellous storyteller' (Michael Koryta) Scott Shepherd.
When NYPD Detective John Frankel's ex-wife is discovered murdered on the floor of his Manhattan studio apartment, he instantly becomes the prime suspect. Frankel's gun is linked to the fatal bullet, he had a motive, and he flees the city, all of which convinces his colleagues of his guilt.
In spite of the mounting evidence, Frankel's bride-to-be, Rachel Grant, and her father, Austin Grant, formerly a detective at Scotland Yard in London, are certain of Frankel's innocence. But with the police under orders to use whatever force necessary to stop a so-called dangerous criminal, the duo will have to act fast to save him.
The relentless chase after Frankel takes them across the country, from the tropical shores of Hawaii to a deadly rendezvous in northern Maine. And as the game of cat-and-mouse unfurls, so too does a complex murder plot with multiple victims...
Reviews for Should I Fall:
'Riveting and fast-paced. Readers will be hooked on the twisting story.' Library Journal
'Shepherd masterfully blends crime fiction and domestic suspense in this taut, character driven sequel that leaves us wanting more!' Wendy Walker
'Tense and twist-filled, but also genuinely warm-hearted, filled with engaging characters. A pleasure to read.' Brian Freeman