No Way Out: The most gripping book of the year from the Richard and Judy Bestselling author (DI Fawley)
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The two women, DCs Somer and Everett are lovely, warm but switched on characters and DC Baxter is on top of all the tech aspects. I read "Close to home" and "In the dark" before this one, and it is better for a context purpose and a deeper understanding of the plot. Gripping from the first page and not letting you go until the last word, we’re reunited with the characters we love. The Christmas holidays, and two children have just been pulled from the wreckage of their burning home in North Oxford.
Cara Hunter's brilliant DI Adam Fawley is one of the best continuing crime series out there, her simple but effective way of including newspaper headlines and various reports throughout the investigation gives a real time feel to the narrative - that helps keep the mystery so addictive.
It could be read as a standalone novel, but to get most out of the characters, I recommend starting at the beginning, and believe me Close to Home and In the Dark are just as worthy as this one. No Way Out is the third book in the series and, fortunately for those of us who claim to be fans – this series seems to get better and better as it goes on. Summary: It's the third book in the series but reads perfectly well as a standalone, as I found out. It is fascinating how the elements are delicately revealed without a dramatic shift to the end game.
It’s the third in the series, and this particular story begins at the scene of a house fire in North Oxford. Cara Hunter is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling crime novels Close to Home , In the Dark , No Way Out , All the Rage and The Whole Truth all featuring DI Adam Fawley and his Oxford-based police team. en esta novela también veremos noticias de los periódicos, posts de las redes sociales y transcripciones de interrogatorios y otros datos de la investigación. Not only is the reader made privy to every one of the multiple lines of inquiry, the thinking of the team and their suspicions, there is the opportunity to see all aspects of one major incident being investigated from start through to ultimate closure.My only tiny quibble – you didn’t hear as much from Adam Fawley in No Way Out in terms of the investigation, but it was nice to read other characters’ development. The story moves between past and present, giving the reader insight, as the investigation progresses, into how and why these horrific events came about.