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‘This will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.’
‘No Way Out is impossible to put down.’
David Kessler dropped out of school at the age of 15 and was self-educated from then on. He struggled for 25 years to become a published author before finally making his breakthrough with A Fool for a Client, a legal thriller set in New York. This was followed up by The Other Victim, Tarnished Heroes and Reckless Justice. He also courted controversy by co-writing Who Really Killed Rachel (about the Wimbledon Common murder) with Colin Stagg, the man who was falsely accused of the crime. The book is now out of print, but since then, the real murderer - who was named in the book - has been convicted of the crime.
A plodding and tiresome story with dull familiar characters. The book goes on and on about DNA, dedicating one entire page to one individuals DNA analysis chart. Read morePublished 13 months ago by ellkaydee
The book started quite well, but it lost me when the author plunged into way too much detail about DNA, Technology, statistics and points of law. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Berni
This book is definately a page tuner. it is very skillfully wrote. I first see this book in whsmith and brought it from amazon.i highly recommend readers reading no way out.Published 21 months ago by ireadnovels
This is only the second book written by David Kessler I have read but it won't be the last. The story has twists and turns to keep the interest levels high and the characters are... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mrs. Iris Hunter
I persevered with this, despite my suspicions at almost halfway that it wasn't going to get better.
The plot is OK at best, with some very (and overly) technical... Read more
I'm sorry, I'm going to waffle a little to begin with.
What makes a good novel? It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and this must also apply to reading... Read more
Firstly the modern publisher is now the arch enemy of preserving the planet. This book contains 142 short chapters and 48 totally blank pages. Read morePublished on 3 Dec 2011 by Nightman
Connolly, Crais and CJBox are my particular favourites in the crime genre so a legal thriller should have been a good choice for me. Read morePublished on 11 Sep 2011 by Kevin
This is one of those thrillers that grabs you by the throat and forces you to read it. It started off at a fairly brisk but not breakneck pace, but by the end it was tearing up... Read morePublished on 18 Aug 2011 by David Green