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Kris Calvin discusses her new book "All That Fall"

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Release Date: 07/28/2021

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ABOUT "ALL THAT FALL"

Emma Lawson must race against the clock to rescue a kidnapped child and stop a killer whose master plan only begins with murder.

When Emma Lawson, the youngest lead government ethics investigator in California's capital, takes a day off to help her best friend, Kate, prepare for the opening of her new business, Rainbow Alley Preschool, the morning takes a shocking turn.

The school's most high-profile enrollee--Vivian Lange, the governor's granddaughter--is kidnapped, at the same time Kate's teenage son, Luke, goes missing. Emma is quickly drawn to a web of clues that point toward sordid secrets and a cold-case murder in a shadow world of bigotry and hate.

Over a desperate and harrowing forty-eight hours, Emma races against the clock to solve the most important investigation of her life. But will she be in time to bring the child to safety and to stop a calculating killer whose plan threatens all that Emma holds dear?

ABOUT KRIS CALVIN

Single mom of 3 and an Award-Winning author, Kris Calvin was born in Virginia and now lives minutes from Sacramento, the capital of California. Kris has been honored by the State Assembly and the California Governor's office for her leadership in political advocacy on behalf of children. Educated at Stanford and UC Berkeley in forensics psychology and economics, Kris uses her training to create characters that make her writing emotionally rich and gripping.