No Way Out

No Way Out

Cara Hunter / Jun 20, 2019

No Way Out DID YOU SEE ANYTHING ON THE NIGHT THE ESMOND FAMILY WERE MURDERED From the author of CLOSE TO HOME and IN THE DARK comes the third pulse pounding DI Fawley crime thriller It s one

  • Title: No Way Out
  • Author: Cara Hunter
  • ISBN: 0241283493
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • DID YOU SEE ANYTHING ON THE NIGHT THE ESMOND FAMILY WERE MURDERED From the author of CLOSE TO HOME and IN THE DARK comes the third pulse pounding DI Fawley crime thriller.It s one of the most disturbing cases DI Fawley has ever worked The Christmas holidays, and two children have just been pulled from the wreckage of their burning home in North Oxford The toddler is dea DID YOU SEE ANYTHING ON THE NIGHT THE ESMOND FAMILY WERE MURDERED From the author of CLOSE TO HOME and IN THE DARK comes the third pulse pounding DI Fawley crime thriller.It s one of the most disturbing cases DI Fawley has ever worked The Christmas holidays, and two children have just been pulled from the wreckage of their burning home in North Oxford The toddler is dead, and his brother is soon fighting for his life.Why were they left in the house alone Where is their mother, and why is their father not answering his phone Then new evidence is discovered, and DI Fawley s worst nightmare comes true.Because this fire wasn t an accident.It was murder Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 480 pages Expected publication April 18th 2019 by Viking More Details ISBN 0241283493 ISBN13 9780241283493 Edition Language English Series DI Adam Fawley 3 Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about No Way Out, please sign up Popular Answered Questions Do you have to read the previous two books to follow along with this book like 5 months ago Add your answer Sheri The story is self contained, but there s a fair bit of continuity regarding the police characters and possible slight spoilers for their previous The story is self contained, but there s a fair bit of continuity regarding the police characters and possible slight spoilers for their previous cases I d say it s probably preferable to read them in order but not essential Read them all they re great less flag See 2 questions about No Way Out Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Nov 10, 2018 Maureen rated it it was amazing Shelves netgalley 4.5 stars With all the elements that we ve come to expect for an excellent police procedural, Cara Hunter s, No Way Out looks like another sure fire winner for this gifted author.It s the third in the series, and this particular story begins at the scene of a house fire in North Oxford Two children are pulled from the wreckage of the fire three year old Zachary is already dead and his older brother Matty is in a critical state, and the prognosis isn t good It looks like the children were 4.5 stars With all the elements that we ve come to expect for an excellent police procedural, Cara Hunter s, No Way Out looks like another sure fire winner for this gifted author.It s the third in the series, and this particular story begins at the scene of a house fire in North Oxford Two children are pulled from the wreckage of the fire three year old Zachary is already dead and his older brother Matty is in a critical state, and the prognosis isn t good It looks like the children were home alone, there being no sign of their mother and their father, who is attending a conference in London isn t answering his phone What makes this tragedy even worse is that all the evidence points to the fire having been started deliberately.DI Adam Fawley and his team have a particularly poignant case to deal with here not only are there children involved, but it was around Christmas time as well, and although DI Fawley s team are an eclectic bunch, they re nothing if not tenacious, and this case will eat away at them like no other has, and none of them will rest until they ve resolved it.Oh gosh, this case was like peeling away the layers of an onion, each layer revealing a little until it gets right to the heart of the crime The narrative flits between past and present, allowing us to gain great insight into this family unit, and ultimately how and why this tragedy came about.DI Fawley takes something of a backseat this time around, but that allows the others in his team to shine and I loved that As ever, Cara Hunter has produced a storyline that has great pace and lots of twists and turns, with a truly neat little twist at the end I can t wait for the next in the series though I guess I ll have to My thanks to Netgalley and Penguin Books UK, Viking for my ARC I have given an honest unbiased review in exchange flag 156 likesLike see review View all 74 comments Dec 11, 2018 Peter rated it it was amazing Shelves thriller, crime, publisher author direct, favorites Resolute No Way Out is Cara Hunter s third book in the DI Adam Fawley series and it is every bit as captivating, pacey and clever as the others, if not so Cara s style is, unique, refreshing and excitingly modern, with content added to the narrative in the form of emails, social media chatter, news boards and interview transcriptions It may sound overwhelming but it is so perfectly placed in the story that it brings a gamut of full on stimulation Sometimes to hear major and essential info Resolute No Way Out is Cara Hunter s third book in the DI Adam Fawley series and it is every bit as captivating, pacey and clever as the others, if not so Cara s style is, unique, refreshing and excitingly modern, with content added to the narrative in the form of emails, social media chatter, news boards and interview transcriptions It may sound overwhelming but it is so perfectly placed in the story that it brings a gamut of full on stimulation Sometimes to hear major and essential information from a news source or police report, creates a effective impact, and this is handled throughout with such careful control.The great crime procedurals have teams of characters that bring depth and context The amazing writing ability Cara brings to her wonderful cast of characters is that we become engrossed in their lives, and the relationships they have amongst themselves and personally, without diluting from an incredibly traumatic, fascinating and suspense driven plot.The story starts with the details coming through of a house fire in Oxford that completely destroys the Esmond family home and sees 2 children pulled from the wreckage The youngest, Zachary, died in the fire but his older brother Mattie is still alive and clinging to life in a hospital ICU Samantha Esmond, their mother, is missing and the father, Michael, is away at an academic conference in London, and cannot be tracked down The plot slowly unfolds as investigative results open up avenues that a team of expert detectives led by DI Fawley and his acting DS, Chris Gislingham know how to probe and dig, and pull it all together It is utterly absorbing how the elements are delicately revealed without the need for the big dramatic shift to the end game The plotting is intelligently layered and each team member brings their own skills and experiences in advancing the investigation.The mood of the story is impressively managed as it switches from the distressing realisation that a child has died and the harrowing discoveries that are still to come, to the resolute, sometimes monotonous, investigative activities that a tenacious team of detectives are determined to resolve This case resonates with them, particularly Fawley, as he lost a child some years back and his marriage is falling apart as a consequence.Cara s wonderful array of characters, clever gripping plot, and detail delivered through various interesting formats ensure this will be a well deserved best selling novel I would highly recommend this book in fact, it s a must read Cara is one of the best crime thriller writers around today.I would like to thank Cara Hunter and Penguin Books UK for an ARC version of the book in return for an honest review flag 83 likesLike see review View all 21 comments Nov 30, 2018 Paromjit rated it it was amazing Shelves crime fiction, mystery, netgalley, thriller Cara Hunter s fast paced crime fiction, the third in the DI Adam Fawley series, with Thames Valley Police set in Oxford, is hugely compelling reading In what is now her trademark style of including phone calls, emails, interviews, news websites and social media in the narrative, she provides a style that works brilliantly in immersing the reader in the story In this police procedural, DI Fawley takes a backseat role, and for good reason, he is an emotional wreck as a schism has opened wit Cara Hunter s fast paced crime fiction, the third in the DI Adam Fawley series, with Thames Valley Police set in Oxford, is hugely compelling reading In what is now her trademark style of including phone calls, emails, interviews, news websites and social media in the narrative, she provides a style that works brilliantly in immersing the reader in the story In this police procedural, DI Fawley takes a backseat role, and for good reason, he is an emotional wreck as a schism has opened with his wife, Alex, who has left him to stay with her sister After the death of their son, Jake, Alex was pushing Adam to adopt, something he is not ready or capable of doing, leaving him terrified that this will signal the end of their marriage This leaves his police team, led by Acting DS Chris Gislingham, demoted DC Quinn, DC Erica Somer, DC Verity Everett and others to play the primary and pivotal role in this most harrowing of investigations.Southey Road in North Oxford is the home of the academic Michael Esmond, wife Samantha and their children, 10 year old Mattie and 3 year old Zachary Over the festive season, a fatal fire at the house claims the life of Zachary, although Mattie is pulled out alive but it is not clear if he will survive Michael is at a academic conference in London and the police hunt for Samantha Right from the beginning the fire brigade suspect arson, who would want to commit such a heinous crime In a narrative that goes back and forth in time, we become intimately acquainted with the Esmond family that includes Michael s carefree brother, Philip, who spends time sailing round the world, Michael s university colleagues, Samantha s severe post natal depression, their employment of Harry who tends to their garden DC Quinn is resentful and struggling to accept DS Gislingham leading the inquiry and has yet to come to terms with his demotion The police struggle to locate Michael, and have to sift their way through a host of suspects before the horrifying truth begins to emerge.I have begun to really like and appreciate Cara Hunter s style of writing, the way you see how the general public respond to the fatal house fire and their opinions on social media and news websites, and the insights, such as with the documentation, emails, interviews and , into the police team s investigation The slow reveals into this most disturbing of cases is expertly done and the impact it has on the police team, particularly on Adam given his personal tragedy, provide the team with the determination to get to the bottom of the case, despite the many obstacles they face This is a chilling, utterly gripping crime fiction that grabs the reader so effectively that it keeps them glued to the novel right up to the final pages of the novel Cara Hunter is fast developing a reputation as a must read crime writer Many thanks to Penguin UK for an ARC flag 69 likesLike see review View all 17 comments Nov 25, 2018 Amanda rated it it was amazing Shelves netgalley After only just reading In the dark by Cara Hunter I was delighted, no let s be honest I was over the moon to get the opportunity to review this book from Netgalley in exchange for a copy A very chilling start with a house fire and the fire brigade searching for the family so descriptive I actually felt like I was there experiencing the heat of the fire At the start this seems to be a simple case, but no Cara Hunter keeps us guessing with plenty of twists and red herrings along the way.Thi After only just reading In the dark by Cara Hunter I was delighted, no let s be honest I was over the moon to get the opportunity to review this book from Netgalley in exchange for a copy A very chilling start with a house fire and the fire brigade searching for the family so descriptive I actually felt like I was there experiencing the heat of the fire At the start this seems to be a simple case, but no Cara Hunter keeps us guessing with plenty of twists and red herrings along the way.This story is narrated before and after, so we gradually find out what happened the day of the fire The mix of social media, news and Police statements make this feel like a real crime and that the reader is the one who has to solve it.Love having the same police team investigating and finding out what is happening in their personal lives.If you haven t read this series then you are MISSING OUT Please please don t make me wait too long for the next book flag 38 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Aug 26, 2018 Liz Barnsley rated it really liked it The next Adam Fawley novel from Cara Hunter is pacy and twisted, an addictive read with a strong emotional core featuring as it does a family in peril.This series is growing in stature with each passing tale No Way Out ups the ante, moving along the lives of its main protagonists whilst they investigate a heart wrenching case which just gets murkier with each new clue.I like the interim news articles and emails, as well as the mixture of views which allows the reader to see the case from many a The next Adam Fawley novel from Cara Hunter is pacy and twisted, an addictive read with a strong emotional core featuring as it does a family in peril.This series is growing in stature with each passing tale No Way Out ups the ante, moving along the lives of its main protagonists whilst they investigate a heart wrenching case which just gets murkier with each new clue.I like the interim news articles and emails, as well as the mixture of views which allows the reader to see the case from many angles including that of victim It makes for a rich, well layered crime novel with a good dose of unpredictability.Overall this is a series to watch I ll definitely be sticking with it, intriguing characters and clever plotting.Recommended flag 18 likesLike see review View 1 comment Oct 13, 2018 Sarah rated it it was amazing No Way Out is the third book in the DI Fawley series and would definitely recommend at least reading the second book before reading this one as readers would definitely benefit from it.After the cases in the first two books, the case that Fawley and his team find themselves working on seemed quite a straight forward one I could feel myself slump a little bit as this is what has made this series so far is the complexity and how twisted the cases are The further into the book I got though, thing No Way Out is the third book in the DI Fawley series and would definitely recommend at least reading the second book before reading this one as readers would definitely benefit from it.After the cases in the first two books, the case that Fawley and his team find themselves working on seemed quite a straight forward one I could feel myself slump a little bit as this is what has made this series so far is the complexity and how twisted the cases are The further into the book I got though, things are definitely not quite as simple as they first appear and the twists and turns that I have come to love hit me full force and made my heart soar.The story flicks between present day with the police working on the case and to brief parts in the past with the family who live in the house and the build up to the night of the fire This gives the reader the chance to get to know the family better and I loved getting an insight into their family life.As usual the author has the reader agonisingly waiting for of Fawley and his home life For me, finding out what was going on there was just as important as the case Please, please, please don t make us wait as long in the next one I don t think my heart can stand it No Way Out is yet another brilliantly dark and twisted read I absolutely love how this authors mind works and she sure knows how to grab and hold her readers attention From picking the book up, every time I put it down to get on with real life stuff, it s all I could think about, wondering what else the author had in store for me and where the case was going to lead to next A truly brilliant and clever crime series.My thanks to Penguin Random House for an advanced readers copy of this book All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway flag 13 likesLike see review Sep 02, 2018 Tracy Fenton rated it it was amazing This is the 3rd book in what is definitely my new favourite police procedural series and I can honestly say that Cara Hunter is an author I would happily read WITHOUT reading the blurb because whatever she s writing I now know after 3 books that I absolutely LOVE her writing style and her storylines.No Way Out is set approximately 6 8 months after In The Dark and features the same wonderful team of Adam Fawley, Gislingham Gis , Quinn, Somer and Everett DI Fawley is going through a very diffic This is the 3rd book in what is definitely my new favourite police procedural series and I can honestly say that Cara Hunter is an author I would happily read WITHOUT reading the blurb because whatever she s writing I now know after 3 books that I absolutely LOVE her writing style and her storylines.No Way Out is set approximately 6 8 months after In The Dark and features the same wonderful team of Adam Fawley, Gislingham Gis , Quinn, Somer and Everett DI Fawley is going through a very difficult personal situation and his mind really isn t on the job so when a house fire kills a toddler and his 10 year old brother is pulled from the fire fighting for his life Fawley hands the case over to Gis to run as Acting DS.The change in leadership enables to reader to get to know the rest of the team in detail which I particularly enjoyed Even though DI Fawley has taken a back seat during this case, he is still very much part of the investigation and his wonderful wit and observations are evident throughout.Once again the author has used social media, news articles and comments from the public to give the story the additional depth and allows the reader to see several sides of the story from different perspectives.To sum this up another brilliant story line with twists and red herrings featuring a really solid cast of characters and a shocking crime to solve flag 11 likesLike see review Nov 29, 2018 Stephen Clynes rated it it was amazing review of another edition Okay, this is the third book in the DI Adam Fawley series but it can be read as a standalone You do not need to know what happened in the other books This is a good move by Cara Hunter Yes, the old characters from the other novels who work in or for Thames Valley Police are carried forward and this continuation simply added further pleasure to my enjoyment of this book.No Way Out is a police procedural set mostly in Oxford There is a fire at a house in Oxford and it looks like arson Sadly p Okay, this is the third book in the DI Adam Fawley series but it can be read as a standalone You do not need to know what happened in the other books This is a good move by Cara Hunter Yes, the old characters from the other novels who work in or for Thames Valley Police are carried forward and this continuation simply added further pleasure to my enjoyment of this book.No Way Out is a police procedural set mostly in Oxford There is a fire at a house in Oxford and it looks like arson Sadly people were inside and the Fire Service begin the search for survivors or fatalities Who would start a fire on this family home DI Adam Fawley and his team at Thames Valley Police are on the case to solve this mystery.I enjoyed reading No Way Out You get this story from two sides, the Thames Valley Police and the family who live at Southey Road It felt odd that I knew about what was happening with the family than the police did but that is the way Cara chose to tell her story And boy, can Cara tell a story, YES she can What I liked most about No Way Out was all the finger pointing that Cara does Lots of people have strong motives to set fire to this family home, time and time again they have the finger pointed at them There is a good range of characters in No Way Out and anyone of them could have started the fire The tone of this novel is very different to most crime thrillers Generally the reader develops a sympathy for the victim but with No Way Out, the police view the whole family as suspects As a reader your sympathy lies with the police, who have an extremely difficult investigation, simply because the dead don t talk.The plot within No Way Out was very, very good indeed It was of the same high standard we get from Linwood Barclay and Harlan Coben yes, the premier league of crime fiction At the end, all those little bits of detail added up and the arson of the family home made sense Of course, if I spot a person sat on their own in Pizza Hut, my suspicions will be on alert Some details just stick with you I got a lot of pleasure from reading No Way Out and I feel that Cara has done it yet again I found No Way Out to be an OUTSTANDING read and it gets the top score of 5 stars from me.Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher Viking Penguin UK for giving me a copy of this book on the understanding that I provide an honest review flag 8 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Sep 10, 2018 Elaine Tomasso rated it it was amazing I would like to thank Netgalley and Penguin Books UK for an advance copy of No Way Out, the third novel to feature Oxford based DI Adam Fawley.When a house goes up in flames firefighters manage to rescue a 10 year old boy and find his 3 year old brother dead in his bed Fawley and the team have questions than answers because arson is immediately suspected and there is no sign of the parents.I thoroughly enjoyed No Way Out which is a compulsive read with plenty of twists and turns, most of w I would like to thank Netgalley and Penguin Books UK for an advance copy of No Way Out, the third novel to feature Oxford based DI Adam Fawley.When a house goes up in flames firefighters manage to rescue a 10 year old boy and find his 3 year old brother dead in his bed Fawley and the team have questions than answers because arson is immediately suspected and there is no sign of the parents.I thoroughly enjoyed No Way Out which is a compulsive read with plenty of twists and turns, most of which come as a complete surprise The format of shifting timelines and points of view is not one I usually enjoy but it is so well done it kept me reading throughout, hooked on all of them The timeline switches between the present day investigation and a countdown of life in the victims house from 317 days before the fire What happens in the house is fascinating and as the detectives know nothing about it it provides the reader with a counterpoint to their speculation and theories and proves what a mistake jumping to conclusions can be I really like the contrast as it makes for an interesting read The shifting point of view is equally absorbing Fawley s narrative is in the first person and everything else in the third It gives a wider perspective on the investigation as it encompasses other members of team, transcripts of phone interviews and on line press reports, complete with very realistic reader comments Together they build a picture of the investigation and the wider reactions to it I found it natural, realistic and absorbing The plot itself is clever and well done, just as you think you have a good idea of what happened Ms Hunter throws in another curve ball and you re left doubting your scenario and you can t help trying to formulate another with the new information It makes for great reading.Ms Hunter does not neglect her characters either Many of the detectives have minor dramas in their lives, making them seem very human but she saves the big one for Fawley His wife has left him for some thinking time and he s not coping as his house, appearance and concentration are a mess Fortunately it doesn t appear to affect his ability to work the case.No Way Out is another great addition to a series which is becoming a must read for me so I have no hesitation in recommending it flag 6 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Nov 04, 2018 Claire Fuller added it Shelves read in 2018 Really enjoyable quick read exactly the right kind of novel I needed after the heavy going Madame Solario flag 6 likesLike see review Oct 02, 2018 Sam rated it liked it Shelves netgalley I really enjoyed the story but intensely dislike the way it s written It s very much like the first book in this series The 2nd book was so much better because it edged away from inserting so many texts, emails etc Half of what they contained was unnecessary to the story and it makes the author seem lazy, as if they can t be bothered to write the story properly The occasional submission may be alright but this book was littered with them and they do nothing to enhance the story flag 5 likesLike see review Sep 07, 2018 Rob Twinem rated it it was ok The crime genre is tightly packed with budding authors eager to display their writing skills as they start a new story with new characters and usually a slightly flawed lead detective The hope is that if the story and main players are welcomed by an eager reading audience then further books will follow as a series is born The problem is that there are now far too many so called authors plying their trade with the result that the writing is often bland and stereotypical in its delivery.No way o The crime genre is tightly packed with budding authors eager to display their writing skills as they start a new story with new characters and usually a slightly flawed lead detective The hope is that if the story and main players are welcomed by an eager reading audience then further books will follow as a series is born The problem is that there are now far too many so called authors plying their trade with the result that the writing is often bland and stereotypical in its delivery.No way out is the third in a series featuring DI Adam Fawley and his intrepid band of warriors Gislington , Quinn, Somer and Everett A fire has occurred in a residential property, one child dead and one child clinging to life It would appear that the parents are not in residence, and so the search is on to find them, the hope being that they can provide clues and answers to this appalling crime Due to personal circumstances DI Fawley has stepped down as lead detective and has entrusted the investigation to her colleague Gis promoted as acting DS on this occasion.This is your average crime thriller, one of many competing for attention in a crowded diluted market The usual suspects are present an overworked DI with personal problems, bright eyed junior detectives eager to prove their worth and a rather odd misguided sense of humourWe are investigating the death by burning of children and so our young band of police officers are working 24 7 it could be said they are on firet so sure I welcome this attempt at humour Reading an average thriller only highlights the great difference between aspiring authors and established heavyweights such as Ian Rankin or Robert Galbraith I have recently read, indeed consumed with vigour, the 3 Cormoran Strike novels which are simply outstanding and only serves to reinforce my opinion that good writing is the preserve of a few and only a minority ever attain this status Many thanks to the good people at netgalley for a gratis copy in exchange for an honest review and that it what I have written flag 4 likesLike see review Oct 14, 2018 Sarah rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves fiction No Way Out is the third book in the DI Fawley series and would definitely recommend at least reading the second book before reading this one as readers would definitely benefit from it.After the cases in the first two books, the case that Fawley and his team find themselves working on seemed quite a straight forward one I could feel myself slump a little bit as this is what has made this series so far is the complexity and how twisted the cases are The further into the book I got though, thing No Way Out is the third book in the DI Fawley series and would definitely recommend at least reading the second book before reading this one as readers would definitely benefit from it.After the cases in the first two books, the case that Fawley and his team find themselves working on seemed quite a straight forward one I could feel myself slump a little bit as this is what has made this series so far is the complexity and how twisted the cases are The further into the book I got though, things are definitely not quite as simple as they first appear and the twists and turns that I have come to love hit me full force and made my heart soar.The story flicks between present day with the police working on the case and to brief parts in the past with the family who live in the house and the build up to the night of the fire This gives the reader the chance to get to know the family better and I loved getting an insight into their family life.As usual the author has the reader agonisingly waiting for of Fawley and his home life For me, finding out what was going on there was just as important as the case Please, please, please don t make us wait as long in the next one I don t think my heart can stand it No Way Out is yet another brilliantly dark and twisted read I absolutely love how this authors mind works and she sure knows how to grab and hold her readers attention From picking the book up, every time I put it down to get on with real life stuff, it s all I could think about, wondering what else the author had in store for me and where the case was going to lead to next A truly brilliant and clever crime series.My thanks to Penguin Random House for an advanced readers copy of this book All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway flag 4 likesLike see review Dec 04, 2018 michelle rated it really liked it review of another edition No way out is the third book in the DI Fawley series by Cara Hunter I was looking forward to reading this, as I have read the previous two and loved them.The team investigate a fire in 23 Southey Road in Oxford Where a mother and her three year old boy has died and the oldest son is critically ill in hospital They expect arson, after they discover that the house is doused in petrol and Michael Esmond is nowhere to be seen and his car is missing from the drive They expect Michael to have star No way out is the third book in the DI Fawley series by Cara Hunter I was looking forward to reading this, as I have read the previous two and loved them.The team investigate a fire in 23 Southey Road in Oxford Where a mother and her three year old boy has died and the oldest son is critically ill in hospital They expect arson, after they discover that the house is doused in petrol and Michael Esmond is nowhere to be seen and his car is missing from the drive They expect Michael to have started the fire As they investigate further into the lives of the family, they find out that Michael is just about to lose his job, and they are also in financial trouble Is this a reason to set fire to this house Maybe to claim the insurance The story also goes back and forth in time, telling us of the events, that led up to the day of the fire and the reason behind it.This is another gripping page turner from Cara Hunter Not as good as the previous one but, I still enjoyed it immensely With the same old team in investigation but, Di Fawley taking a little of a backseat on this one There is a lot of twists and turns that keep you guessing throughout I like how the author includes the social media in the story So we can visualise the story from another point of view and I didn t see the sending coming flag 4 likesLike see review Jan 16, 2019 K.L Slater rated it it was amazing I really enjoyed reading the first two books in the DI Fawley series and I m pleased to report that Book 3, NO WAY OUT, was just as thrilling The story is told in present day and flashbacks, revelations drip fed to keep the reader turning the pages The plot is twisty and full of tension and chilling details As with her other narratives, the author peppers the storyline with lots of interesting detail such as emergency call logs, tweets and newspaper articles.The characters are well developed I really enjoyed reading the first two books in the DI Fawley series and I m pleased to report that Book 3, NO WAY OUT, was just as thrilling The story is told in present day and flashbacks, revelations drip fed to keep the reader turning the pages The plot is twisty and full of tension and chilling details As with her other narratives, the author peppers the storyline with lots of interesting detail such as emergency call logs, tweets and newspaper articles.The characters are well developed and it was enjoyable getting to know DI Fawley and his team a little better Looking forward to the next book Recommended flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 26, 2018 Sheri rated it it was amazing I absolutely loved Cara Hunter s previous two novels, so when I spotted the third one on NetGalley it took approximately a nanosecond to bang in a request, and I was delighted to have it accepted I m rapidly realising that much as I enjoy a nice twisty turny etc psychological thriller well, some of them , there s really nothing I like better than a good old investigation I was raised on Golden Age detective stories, after all Police, private detective or amateur, I don t mind the likes o I absolutely loved Cara Hunter s previous two novels, so when I spotted the third one on NetGalley it took approximately a nanosecond to bang in a request, and I was delighted to have it accepted I m rapidly realising that much as I enjoy a nice twisty turny etc psychological thriller well, some of them , there s really nothing I like better than a good old investigation I was raised on Golden Age detective stories, after all Police, private detective or amateur, I don t mind the likes of Robert Galbraith, Jane Casey and now Cara Hunter are right up my street or indeed dark alley.No Way Out follows Oxford DI Adam Fawley and his team as they investigate a particularly disturbing case a horrific house fire in which two young children were trapped It s clearly arson, but who would do such a thing, and why And further, where are the children s parents As ever, it s a well constructed and intriguing plot with plenty of surprises I didn t guess the outcome ahead of time The police characters are very well drawn and believable and the excerpts throughout not only from interviews but media reports and indeed the comments below them adds another dimension DI Fawley has significant personal issues of his own to contend with what he has experienced in his family life is dreadful but never seems to allow it to impact on his professionalism.Another excellent story from Cara Hunter and I can t wait for the next one flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 17, 2018 Susan Angela Wallace rated it it was amazing No way out by Cara Hunter It s one of the most disturbing cases DI Fawley has ever worked.The Christmas holidays, and two children have just been pulled from the wreckage of their burning home in North Oxford The toddler is dead, and his brother is soon fighting for his life.Why were they left in the house alone Where is their mother, and why is their father not answering his phone Then new evidence is discovered, and DI Fawley s worst nightmare comes true.Because this fire wasn t an accident No way out by Cara Hunter It s one of the most disturbing cases DI Fawley has ever worked.The Christmas holidays, and two children have just been pulled from the wreckage of their burning home in North Oxford The toddler is dead, and his brother is soon fighting for his life.Why were they left in the house alone Where is their mother, and why is their father not answering his phone Then new evidence is discovered, and DI Fawley s worst nightmare comes true.Because this fire wasn t an accident.It was murder.Omg this was an absolutely fantastic read with brilliant characters I love Cara Hunter s books This is the 3rd one I have read I had a couple of suspects And what a shock I definitely didn t see that coming Loved Adam s character He was determined to find his suspect and close the case I was surprised at who looked at the computer And who Harry was 5 Can t wait to read from Cara Hunter flag 3 likesLike see review View 1 comment Feb 02, 2019 Kat rated it it was amazing So yet again the wonderfully talented Cara Hunter writes another brilliant thriller in the DI Adam Fawley series and this is a series that I just can t fault When you pick up a book and it grips you from page one you know you are on to a winner and each of the books in this series have been just that 100% winners We are reunited with the past members of the team and Adam Fawley is rather quieter in this book as he tries to deal with his ongoing personal problems, Cara Hunter is a master at So yet again the wonderfully talented Cara Hunter writes another brilliant thriller in the DI Adam Fawley series and this is a series that I just can t fault When you pick up a book and it grips you from page one you know you are on to a winner and each of the books in this series have been just that 100% winners We are reunited with the past members of the team and Adam Fawley is rather quieter in this book as he tries to deal with his ongoing personal problems, Cara Hunter is a master at characterisation and really brings the members of the team to life and I think for me this is what makes her books so special well that and the fact I never can guess the damn ending So what can I say than this book is amazing, well written, fabulous conclusion and a massive 5 Star read that shouldn t be missed.My thanks to NetGalley and Penguin books UK for giving me the chance to read the ARC in exchange for my honest opinion flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 03, 2019 Jay Dwight rated it really liked it Another excellent addition to the DI Adam Fawley series A police procedural of high quality I love the way Cara takes on the entire journey, making the reader feel like they are looking over the shoulder of the entire investigation down the wrong path, then backtracking, the discovering of new evidence, and inching closer to the truth Police investigate a house fire in this mystery, with two children pulled from the wreckage But where are the parents Evidence comes to light that shows the Another excellent addition to the DI Adam Fawley series A police procedural of high quality I love the way Cara takes on the entire journey, making the reader feel like they are looking over the shoulder of the entire investigation down the wrong path, then backtracking, the discovering of new evidence, and inching closer to the truth Police investigate a house fire in this mystery, with two children pulled from the wreckage But where are the parents Evidence comes to light that shows the fire was no accident And so the investigation begins A mesmerising read I couldn t put it down and read it in a day flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 18, 2018 Rachel McKitterick rated it it was ok Shelves book review, family, format ebook, format netgalley, series, 450 pages, 2 stars, mystery thriller suspense thank you to Netgalley and Penguin Books UK for amcopy of this book in exchange for an honest review 2 stars.Well I am definitely the odd one out here I LOVED Cara Hunter s first book, Close to Home But this was just not for me I dont know why exactly, I just couldn t get into it so much and found it a bit boring I started to lose interest about 40% of the way through The description sounded so good too Unfortunately it s a miss for me but chances are most others will enjoy it seeing thank you to Netgalley and Penguin Books UK for amcopy of this book in exchange for an honest review 2 stars.Well I am definitely the odd one out here I LOVED Cara Hunter s first book, Close to Home But this was just not for me I dont know why exactly, I just couldn t get into it so much and found it a bit boring I started to lose interest about 40% of the way through The description sounded so good too Unfortunately it s a miss for me but chances are most others will enjoy it seeing as so far the ratings and reviews for this have been all very positive So for that reason, I would recommend it flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 04, 2018 sarah lerigo rated it it was amazing So excited to be reading the third DI Fawley series And did not disappoint, Again fantastic writing and plot building, fast paced, addictive, full of twist and turns.Hooked from start to finish.Cara Hunter is in my top 10 authors.Thank you netgalley, Viking and Cara Hunter for allowing me to read and review this book flag 2 likesLike see review Oct 27, 2018 Sara Oxton rated it it was amazing review of another edition No Way Out by Cara Hunter a five star read that you won t want to get out from under This is the third book in the DI Adam Fawley series and each book gets better than the last, after reading the second book I had a chance to go and visit Oxford and I loved being able to walk the streets that I imagined him walking its so nice to visualise it as I generally read a lot of books based in the states so I cant easily pop for a weekend there It brought this book alive, it also meant I could picture No Way Out by Cara Hunter a five star read that you won t want to get out from under This is the third book in the DI Adam Fawley series and each book gets better than the last, after reading the second book I had a chance to go and visit Oxford and I loved being able to walk the streets that I imagined him walking its so nice to visualise it as I generally read a lot of books based in the states so I cant easily pop for a weekend there It brought this book alive, it also meant I could picture the house in great detail smell the burning embers left behind The team working the case and Adam himself all tell a different part of the story, each adding a different layer to your enjoyment I love how we don t just get one side to the story but many sides, it gives you so much depth to the story, you will change your views at each turn I cant wait to read from this author, the voice she has in her writing is very real and passionate flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 26, 2018 Oliver Clarke rated it liked it This review first appeared on CriminOlly.wordpress I received a free copy of the book from the publisher in return for a review No Way Out is an efficient, nicely detailed police procedural that didn t work quite as well for me as I would have expected it to On paper it has everything I like in this kind of book a varied cast, lots of forensic information and a good enough premise In the end though it felt too much like other things, without enough of a hook of its own to pull me in.T This review first appeared on CriminOlly.wordpress I received a free copy of the book from the publisher in return for a review No Way Out is an efficient, nicely detailed police procedural that didn t work quite as well for me as I would have expected it to On paper it has everything I like in this kind of book a varied cast, lots of forensic information and a good enough premise In the end though it felt too much like other things, without enough of a hook of its own to pull me in.The book centers on the investigation of a house fire by DI Adam Fawley and his team in the Thames Valley Police Naturally there are bodies in the charred remains of the house, as well as a strong suspicion of foul play It s the third Fawley book, but the first that I ve read It s clear that a lot has gone on in the earlier books as there a numerous references back to previous events, both the crimes the team have investigated and the details of their personal lives Author Cara Hunter handles this well, summarising what has gone before without dropping too many spoilers I never felt like I was missing things because I hadn t read the other books, but I also don t feel like they ve now been ruined for me The Oxford setting means you can t help but compare it to Colin Dexter s brilliant Inspector Morse novels, and sadly it s just not as good The main issue I had is that the mystery never really got under my skin You know how sometimes when you read a detective story the desire to know what really happened is all consuming That just wasn t the case here Worse still, I didn t feel like Fawley and team cared that much either Too often it felt like they were doing a job rather than crusading for justice I suspect that this is in fact the reality of modern policing, but it doesn t make for brilliant reading That s not to say that the book is awful The story is relatively simple, but Hunter tells it in quite a complicated and interesting way, with a mixture of third and first person perspective the first being Fawley She also includes present day narrative on the investigation and extended flashbacks on the build up to the crime that flesh things out On top of that, there are numerous sections which come from other sources excerpts of police interviews, stories from news websites, and so on These sometimes work well although there were some formatting issues in the Advanced Reader Copy I had but often feel like they don t add enough to the story to justify the pages they take up The characters feel convincing, especially the family that are the victims of the fire, but critically I didn t really care about any of them That may be why the mystery didn t grip me and it certainly left me wanting to finish the book so I could read something else rather than because I wanted closure No Way Out is a book that s entering a very crowded marketplace, and while it has some original ideas especially in the way the story is told , it ended up feeling like a bit of an also ran to me Not terrible by any means, and if you love this kind of thing it might well be for you, but for me it lacked the spark needed to make it essential reading flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 05, 2019 Sue rated it it was amazing review of another edition This is the third D I Adam Fawley novel and they just keep getting better In No Way Out we follow closely the tragic case of a house fire in Oxford and its consequences Is it arson, murder, infanticide, missing persons or just a horrible accident As the team delve into the background of the family living at the rambling property we discover secrets wrapped in deception and lies Also coincidences and as Fawley says, he doesn t believe in coincidence, not in police work.The true strength o This is the third D I Adam Fawley novel and they just keep getting better In No Way Out we follow closely the tragic case of a house fire in Oxford and its consequences Is it arson, murder, infanticide, missing persons or just a horrible accident As the team delve into the background of the family living at the rambling property we discover secrets wrapped in deception and lies Also coincidences and as Fawley says, he doesn t believe in coincidence, not in police work.The true strength of this book lies in the characters even the minor players are described in such a way that they seem so real to the reader For example, black officer DC Tony Asante, telling colleagues he s from near Brixton and letting them jump to conclusions, though he actually went to Eton I loved the way he was described as taking notes during an autopsy when the others couldn t bear to watch, and Fawley seems to have recognised his potential These character details really make a book stand out As for the plot, it is complex, twisting and immersive, and the police and fire service procedural aspects seem remarkably realistic The author must have some excellent contacts.As with the previous books, the thoughts, relationships and personal lives of the officers are heavily intertwined with their daily work The police investigation is cleverly interwoven with the back story from the occupants of the house, starting many months before and eventually reaching the time of the fire I felt genuinely guilty about suspecting one particular person who turned out to be innocent One final thing I enjoyed the use of social media the emails, newspaper reports and tweets Read them or you might miss a clue flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 07, 2018 Lel Budge rated it really liked it Shelves netgalley Set in Oxford, this is a police procedural novel, but with a difference DI Adam Fawley, is in the middle of a personal crisis, with his wife having left him and he s struggling with it, hoping she will return.There is then a fire and two young children and their mother die tragically This is found to be arson and the investigation begins I loved the way this was set out, Adam Fawley s chapter are from his point of view, and the others from a third person view There are then chapters giving t Set in Oxford, this is a police procedural novel, but with a difference DI Adam Fawley, is in the middle of a personal crisis, with his wife having left him and he s struggling with it, hoping she will return.There is then a fire and two young children and their mother die tragically This is found to be arson and the investigation begins I loved the way this was set out, Adam Fawley s chapter are from his point of view, and the others from a third person view There are then chapters giving the background of the Edmond family before the fire, with family secrets and lies It also covers the stigma still attached to Post Natal Depression very sympathetically.There is also a chapter covering the fire itself and this was heartbreaking, some real emotion here.There are twists and turns leading up to the final reveal in all it s tragic glory A brilliant read.I would like to thank the Author the Publishers NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for a fair and honest review flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 17, 2019 Sharon Williams rated it really liked it Thank you netgalley for the chance to read this book I have read the previous 2 in the series and loved them These books don t have chapters it just goes straight through the story it also puts in small sections about what appears in the news and online about the murder or crime that has been committed which I really like it s different to other books in that way I like the police characters as well they are all struggling with there own tales such as broken families, children that have died Thank you netgalley for the chance to read this book I have read the previous 2 in the series and loved them These books don t have chapters it just goes straight through the story it also puts in small sections about what appears in the news and online about the murder or crime that has been committed which I really like it s different to other books in that way I like the police characters as well they are all struggling with there own tales such as broken families, children that have died etc and you get a real feel for them too This is a story about a family that die in a house fire just after Christmas and it goes back and forwards between now and the past to reveal the story and how things happen that happen and it unravels who is responsible and why I really like this series of books and can t wait for the next one to come out Thank you for giving me the chance to read this book flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 06, 2018 Lynn McCrum rated it really liked it This is my new favourite police crime series and I love the way Cara Hunter drip feeds you information and peppers it with red herrings Just when you think you have it sussed it twists and turns again taking you in a completely different direction I also enjoy finding out a bit about DI Fawley and his team and can t wait for the next book in this series I have awarded it 4.5 stars simply because I although I enjoyed it, i didn t enjoy it quite as much as the second one in the series The This is my new favourite police crime series and I love the way Cara Hunter drip feeds you information and peppers it with red herrings Just when you think you have it sussed it twists and turns again taking you in a completely different direction I also enjoy finding out a bit about DI Fawley and his team and can t wait for the next book in this series I have awarded it 4.5 stars simply because I although I enjoyed it, i didn t enjoy it quite as much as the second one in the series The book begins in the early hours of the morning on January 4th with a fire having quickly taken hold of an old expensive family home It soon emerges that two young boys were in the house were they home alone Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an advanced read copy of the book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 10, 2018 Louise Rennie rated it liked it I absolutely love the first 2 Cara Hunter books but No way out was just not as good, too much jumping around from person to person and past to present I did enjoy the story and wish the ending went on in detail flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 16, 2019 Sharon Williams rated it really liked it review of another edition I love this series This is book three in the Adam fawley police series This story is about Michael esmonds family who die in a house fire And this story tries to work out how and why this was the case There are lots of twists and turns until you get to the final answer It s good how the story goes back and forwards between now and before the fire happens Can t wait to read the next story Thank you so much to net galley for letting me have this pre release copy flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 24, 2018 Mary Lou rated it really liked it Shelves crime thrillers When I came across No Way Out, I wanted to read it at once and it did not disappoint Cara Hunter s solid Adam Fawley series just gets better with every book I was surprised at the ease with which I could recall her detectives and where they had left off at the end of book 2.I find it easy to surrender to this page turning entertainment There were times when this read felt long because of the frustrations of fruitless enquiries and dead ends, followed by reliance on lucky breaks, but this make When I came across No Way Out, I wanted to read it at once and it did not disappoint Cara Hunter s solid Adam Fawley series just gets better with every book I was surprised at the ease with which I could recall her detectives and where they had left off at the end of book 2.I find it easy to surrender to this page turning entertainment There were times when this read felt long because of the frustrations of fruitless enquiries and dead ends, followed by reliance on lucky breaks, but this makes it somehow realistic.The plot is complex and gets even involved as time passes I am happy to admit I did not see it coming DI Fawley is a series I will stay with.With thanks to Penguin Books UK Viking and Netgalley UK flag 1 likeLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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      • Cara Hunter

        Cara Hunter is a writer who lives in Oxford, in a street not unlike those featured in her series of crime books Close to Home is her debut featuring DI Adam Fawley, and her second, In the Dark, is coming soon.


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    1. 4.5 stars With all the elements that we ve come to expect for an excellent police procedural, Cara Hunter s, No Way Out looks like another sure fire winner for this gifted author.It s the third in the series, and this particular story begins at the scene of a house fire in North Oxford Two children are pulled from the wreckage of the fire three year old Zachary is already dead and his older brother Matty is in a critical state, and the prognosis isn t good It looks like the children were 4.5 sta [...]


    2. Resolute No Way Out is Cara Hunter s third book in the DI Adam Fawley series and it is every bit as captivating, pacey and clever as the others, if not so Cara s style is, unique, refreshing and excitingly modern, with content added to the narrative in the form of emails, social media chatter, news boards and interview transcriptions It may sound overwhelming but it is so perfectly placed in the story that it brings a gamut of full on stimulation Sometimes to hear major and essential inf [...]


    3. Cara Hunter s fast paced crime fiction, the third in the DI Adam Fawley series, with Thames Valley Police set in Oxford, is hugely compelling reading In what is now her trademark style of including phone calls, emails, interviews, news websites and social media in the narrative, she provides a style that works brilliantly in immersing the reader in the story In this police procedural, DI Fawley takes a backseat role, and for good reason, he is an emotional wreck as a schism has opened wit Cara [...]


    4. After only just reading In the dark by Cara Hunter I was delighted, no let s be honest I was over the moon to get the opportunity to review this book from Netgalley in exchange for a copy A very chilling start with a house fire and the fire brigade searching for the family so descriptive I actually felt like I was there experiencing the heat of the fire At the start this seems to be a simple case, but no Cara Hunter keeps us guessing with plenty of twists and red herrings along the way.Thi After [...]


    5. The next Adam Fawley novel from Cara Hunter is pacy and twisted, an addictive read with a strong emotional core featuring as it does a family in peril.This series is growing in stature with each passing tale No Way Out ups the ante, moving along the lives of its main protagonists whilst they investigate a heart wrenching case which just gets murkier with each new clue.I like the interim news articles and emails, as well as the mixture of views which allows the reader to see the case from many a [...]


    6. No Way Out is the third book in the DI Fawley series and would definitely recommend at least reading the second book before reading this one as readers would definitely benefit from it.After the cases in the first two books, the case that Fawley and his team find themselves working on seemed quite a straight forward one I could feel myself slump a little bit as this is what has made this series so far is the complexity and how twisted the cases are The further into the book I got though, thing N [...]


    7. This is the 3rd book in what is definitely my new favourite police procedural series and I can honestly say that Cara Hunter is an author I would happily read WITHOUT reading the blurb because whatever she s writing I now know after 3 books that I absolutely LOVE her writing style and her storylines.No Way Out is set approximately 6 8 months after In The Dark and features the same wonderful team of Adam Fawley, Gislingham Gis , Quinn, Somer and Everett DI Fawley is going through a very diffic Th [...]


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