By Ally Carter
A brand new sequence of world proportions -- from grasp of intrigue, manhattan occasions bestselling writer best friend Carter.
Grace Blakely is actually convinced of 3 things:
1. She isn't crazy.
2. Her mom used to be murdered.
3. sometime she's going to locate the killer and make him pay.
As convinced as Grace is set those evidence, not anyone else believes her -- so there's not anyone she will thoroughly belief. now not her grandfather, a robust ambassador. no longer her new buddies, who all survive Embassy Row. no longer Alexei, the Russian boy round the corner, who's preserving his eye on Grace for purposes she neither likes nor understands.
Everybody wishes Grace to place on a fine looking costume and a beautiful smile, blocking off out all her unpretty ideas. yet they can't regulate Grace -- not more than Grace can keep watch over what she is aware or what she must do. Her previous has come again to seek her . . . and if she doesn't cease it, Grace isn't the single person who gets harm. simply because on Embassy Row, the nations of the area stand like dominoes, and one flawed flow could make all of them give way.
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All Fall Down (Embassy Row, Book 1) by Ally Carter