Night Fall (The Quantico Files #1) by Nancy Mehl
Published: March 30, 2021
Length: 336 pages
About the book:
For any little boy or girl who hears the Train Man speak,
Who feels his rancid breath caress their pretty cheek,
Must close their eyes, pretend to sleep, and very softly pray,
Or else the evil Train Man may carry them away.
Finally free of her troubled upbringing, Alex Donovan is 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 Missouri contact them about bodies found on freight trains–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 and recover a deadly virus sample the killer intends to spread, Alex must face how far she’ll go–and what she’s willing to risk–to put a stop to the Train Man.
First off, I want to post a warning to those that are sensitive about it, this book mentions COVID-19. This book takes place after the pandemic. That said, I did enjoy this book. I really enjoyed the FBI BAU parts of the book. I also enjoyed reading the parts of the villain’s point of view. There was a twist that really surprised me. I look forward to reading the next book!