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Publisher's Summary

Hayden Duke has the naive ambition to make some money and prove to his family that he can take care of himself, so he accepts a short-term contract working for his old college friend, Shane Fallon. All seems like a dream come true…until Shane kills himself. Right in front of Hayden.
Detective Santiago has seen it all before. Shane had narcotics in his system when he hanged himself, and the dope had to come from somewhere - like an old college buddy. Case closed. But only a week before Shane’s suicide, another employee from the same office walked straight into the ocean. Both men’s last words are the same - they’re sorry for what they’ve done. Just a coincidence, right?
Inspired by true events, We All Fall Down is a heart-racing classic from prolific thriller author Simon Wood.
©2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.; 2012 Simon Wood
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By Sally J on 01-26-13

Easy listening, interesting story line.

What did you love best about We All Fall Down?

Its an easy story to follow, you'll guess the plot before it happens so its a little predictable but enjoyable non the less.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Santiago, reminds me of Columbo.

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By hutchinre on 04-09-15

Narration Ruins It

The narrator is British but the story is set in California. The pronunciations make it awkward. I only listened to the entire book because the story was interesting. However, the main characters are so stupid that at points I thought they were getting just what they deserved. I normally rate Simon Wood five stars but this one just missed the mark for me.

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By MaMaMason on 08-26-17

Central characters were a pair of idiots!

This really stretched the bounds of plausibility with the two main characters acting in such a ridiculous manner it was tempting to give up listening and leave them to it! Narration was excellent, and it kept me entertained for an afternoon.

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By DesignerL on 05-10-13

Great book, shame about narrator.

This took a little longer to get going than the others, but it was worth the wait.
I found myself struggling to figure this one out, the story line is very clever and I marvel at how he keeps coming up with these totally different story lines and delivers them on the page with such interest.

Simon Wood keeps me gripped and I can't wait to read more.

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