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  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Sphere (6 Jan. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0751547727
  • ISBN-13: 978-0751547726
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 2.6 x 19.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 127,957 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Gregg Hurwitz is the internationally bestselling author of I See You, We Know, and Or She Dies. His most recent thriller, You're Next, was a Richard and Judy selection. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford Universities, he lives with his family in California, where he writes screenplays and comics, and produces for the blockbuster television hit V.

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The plotting is masterful. The story moves like a bullet as Hurwitz deftly interweaves his hero's soul-searching with his race to untangle a conspiracy reaching to the highest levels of government. Exciting all the way (ANDREW KLAVAN)

In a briskly paced case that blends action with insight, Hurwitz puts the clues on the table, then plays the shell game with the reader and wins (KIRKUS)

Page-to-page suspense and breakneck pacing....a slam-bang beginning to a fast-paced thriller.... (BOOKLIST)

Blasts new life... an intelligent thriller... provides plenty of excitement (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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A breakneck thriller from the bestselling author of You're Next

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Lynn Cotton on 20 Jan. 2009
Format: Paperback
Beautifully written and totally gripping - I could not put it down. You really feel what the main character experiences throughout the book. Hurwitz has a real skill for keeping the narrative moving. Anyone who likes thrillers will love this book.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. A. Chettleburgh on 1 Oct. 2008
Format: Paperback
This was another book, by an author unknown to me, that I picked up by chance in a bookshop and what a lucky find it was.The storyline is a refreshingly original twist on the usual blood-and -thunder novel.Intelligently researched and well written, the complex plot was thoroughly believable and kept me gripped right up to the last page.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Julian Phillips on 11 Sept. 2008
Format: Paperback
Having recently 'discovered' a few writers who are new to me - Brian Freeman (Stripped, Immoral, Stalked), Jeff Abbot (Panic, Run, Black Jack Point and more) and Patrick Quinlan (Smoked, The Take Down) - I came across the book 'I See You' by Greg Hurwitz, which was a solid 4/5 read. However, this takes his storytelling skills to another level - the plot is so intense that I've spent the past three hours reading it under my desk, in the toilet, at the gym and on the Northern Line tube! I cannot wait for whatever he comes up with next, if I could give this a 10 star review I would.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gemma TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 July 2009
Format: Paperback
The book starts off brilliantly. I love a book that starts really well, as you are immediately hooked. If books start off slow then it tends to become a struggle to get to the good parts.
The book starts off with Nick Horrigan at his apartment in Los Angeles. He wakes up around 2:00am, as he does nearly every night, and he notices a rope hanging down onto his balcony. Before he knows it a SWAT team has smashed the door down into his apartment and burst in from the balcony and are tearing the place apart as he get's shoved to the floor. After some questions he's dragged outside, still in his pyjamas into a waiting helicopter. He is told a terrorist has taken over a nuclear power plant and will blow it up unless he can speak to Nick.
As the story unfolds Nick discovers a dangerous secret involving the presidential race, and he's on the run from the Secret Service.

Whilst this storyline is rather far fetched, it is very addicting. The explosive start to this book keeps you hooked and you keep reading. Admittely the storyline does get a bit far fetched but Nick Horrigan is a likeable character, a 'normal man' constantly outwitting the secret service and some very shady character's! He's a very paranoid man who is suspicious of everything, just like his Step-Father, a presidential candidate's body guard, Frank Durant.

The book goes back in time to past events and flips to the current, and you learn more of past events from him as a young adult, and as the story unfolds you can begin to piece things together. For example how he ended up having a distant relationship with his mother, and in the future how they're trying to rebuild that relationship. I enjoyed reading the events from the past and the book didn't drag at any part, nor did I struggle to read any of it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Watson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Aug. 2012
Format: Paperback
Sometimes the blurb on books gets carried away with itself and I'm always now suspicious of glowing tributes by other authors: the publishers are hardly likely to advertise a bad one, are they? So when Lee Child states this book is outstanding in every way, a large pinch of salt is needed - and justifiably so.

The book is a good read but it hardly breaks new ground and the intrepid hero is something of a can he can't he do it sort of man. You're never quite sure where the author is leading you with Nick Horrigan. He has a secret and doesn't know it or is it a case of there's no secret at all?

Still, we have the Secret Service, other secret cadres and an upcoming Presidential election all conspiring to entwine Nick into a murderous game of consequences. That the intial event took place seventeen years before only serves to confuse the reader as to who exactly is on who's side? Well, it does come around eventually and in the telling thereof, this is a credible thriller.

Though the detail is not necessarily apparent, the actual outcome is a no-brainer, so any added thrill is diminshed halfway through the book. When something/somebody is too good to be true, they/it usually are.

There are credibility gaps in all this but then, this is fiction. Just why and how a wily, experienced Agent allows himself to be outmanouvred by Nick is unclear, why top of the tree politicians take Nick's words at face value and why just about everybody opens up to him when hardly pressed at all is a mystery. So, yes, a good read all-in-all but there are many other books around currently which provide that extra star in the ratings.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Julia Flyte TOP 100 REVIEWER on 6 May 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Nick Horrigan was 18 when something happened that changed the course of his life forever. He was forced onto the run, and it is only now, many years later, that he is starting to find some peace of mind. Then abruptly one night a SWAT team descends on his apartment and it's clear that he is unable to escape the events that have shaped his life. As everyone from the President of the US down seems to have a vested interest in him, it becomes increasingly difficult for him to know who he can trust.

The book kicks off with a hiss and a roar and the early chapters keep the tension high. However as the plot develops, it all starts to get so far-fetched that I struggled to suspend my belief. There are also some glaring plotholes which severely detracted from the story. For example, the way that Nick was forced onto the run makes little sense, and the fact that he has never told anyone about what happened but suddenly starts confiding in people now when the stakes are higher than they have ever been.

I like the way Hurwitz writes and this is a decent enough holiday thriller, but it pales in comparison to similar writers such as Harlan Coben or Linwood Barclay.

This book was published in the US under the title "Trust No One" - which incidentally is a far better title for it.
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