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Fallen Land, the new thriller by Patrick Flanery, was recently the object of some spectacular, laudatory reviews. 
Certainly not beating around the bush, The Boston Globe  doled out comparisons to Shirley Jackson and Edgar Allen Poe, writing that Flanery’s “crumbling 21st-century manor … can hold its own among those authors’ most sepulchral, allegorical inspirations.” 
NPR’s All Things Considered calls Fallen Land “a dark and complex thriller,” and praises Flanery’s “taut narrative where the characters see their lives slowly disintegrate as their lives twine together.”



Fallen Land
, the new thriller by Patrick Flanery, was recently the object of some spectacular, laudatory reviews. 

Certainly not beating around the bush, The Boston Globe  doled out comparisons to Shirley Jackson and Edgar Allen Poe, writing that Flanery’s “crumbling 21st-century manor … can hold its own among those authors’ most sepulchral, allegorical inspirations.” 

NPR’s All Things Considered calls Fallen Land “a dark and complex thriller,” and praises Flanery’s “taut narrative where the characters see their lives slowly disintegrate as their lives twine together.”