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Rachel Howzell Hall

Biography

Rachel Howzell Hall

Rachel Howzell Hall is the author of the acclaimed Lou Norton series, the stand-alone thriller THEY ALL FALL DOWN and co-author of THE GOOD SISTER with James Patterson, which appeared in the New York Times bestselling anthology THE FAMILY LAWYER. She is the senior development officer for the Donor Relations Department at Cedars Sinai. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors for the Mystery Writers of America, is a member of Sisters in Crime, and has participated as a mentor in the Association of Writers and Writing Programs’ Writer-to-Writer Program. She lives in Los Angeles.

Rachel Howzell Hall

Books by Rachel Howzell Hall

by Rachel Howzell Hall - Fiction, Mystery, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

Isabel Lincoln is gone. But is she missing? It’s up to Grayson Sykes to find her. Although she is reluctant to track down a woman who may not want to be found, Gray’s search for Isabel Lincoln becomes more complicated and dangerous with every new revelation about the woman’s secrets and the truth she’s hidden from her friends and family. Featuring two complicated women in a dangerous cat-and-mouse game, Rachel Howzell Hall's AND NOW SHE'S GONE explores the nature of secrets --- and how violence and fear can lead you to abandon everything in order to survive.

by Rachel Howzell Hall - Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller

Delighted by a surprise invitation, Miriam Macy sails off to a luxurious private island off the coast of Mexico with six other strangers. Surrounded by miles of open water in the gloriously green Sea of Cortez, Miriam is soon shocked to discover that she and the rest of her companions have been brought to the remote island under false pretenses --- and all seven strangers harbor a secret. Danger lurks in the lush forest and in the halls and bedrooms of the lonely mansion. Sporadic cell-phone coverage and miles of ocean keep the group trapped in paradise. And strange accidents stir suspicions, as one by one, they all fall down.