Falling by T.J. Newman, Read by Steven Weber
An Entertaining Debut Thriller
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Narrator Steven Weber keeps the tension high in Falling, a debut thriller from T.J. Newman, a former flight attendant. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss the twists and turns of this high-tension listen that may appeal to those looking for an entertaining thriller—perhaps even frequent fliers. A plane has been hijacked and the pilot is faced with a horrifying choice—crash the plane, or his family will be murdered. Weber fully delivers the chills in this audiobook.
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