Night Fall by Nancy Mehl

My Review

Night Fall by Nancy Mehl is the first book in her new series, The Quantico Series. This series takes place after the Covid pandemic is over. A killer is out there and a vial of a new stain of Ebola has gone missing. FBI’s BAU agent Alex suspects they are connected to a book her aunt had when she was young.

I enjoyed reading this fast paced, suspenseful story that kept me reading to see what was a going to happen next. The parts I enjoyed the most was the way the agents worked together to catch the killer and the Christian belief and biblical knowledge Logan has. I felt some parts were a little dark and were hard to read.

I voluntarily received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher as part of Nancy Mehl’s Night Fall Launch Team. This is my honest review.

About The Book

Now that Alexandra “Alex” Donavan is finally free of her troubled upbringing, she’s able to live out her childhood dream of working for the FBI. But soon after she becomes a member of the FBI’s elite Behavioral Analysis Unit, authorities in Kansas and Missouri contact them about bodies found on freight trains traveling across the country–all killed in the same way.

Alex never expected to be forced to confront her past in this new job, but she immediately recognizes the graffiti messages the killer is leaving on the train cars. When the BAU sends her to gather information about the messages from her aunt in Wichita, Kansas, Alex is haunted by the struggles she thought she’d left behind forever.

In a race against time to solve the case while battling her own weaknesses, Alex must face how far she’ll go–and what she’s willing to risk–to put a stop to the Train Killer.

About the Author

Nancy Mehl has written 30 books. Many of her books are crime mysteries, she has also written Amish stories and Mennonite stories. You can learn more about her and the books she has written at:

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