#BookReview No Way To Die by Tony Kent @eandtbooks

No Way To DieAbout the Book

A ghost from the past. And time is running out…

When traces of a radioactive material are found alongside a body in Key West, multiple federal agencies suddenly descend on the crime scene.

This is not just an isolated murder: a domestic terrorist group is ready to bring the US government to its knees. The threat hits close to home for Agent Joe Dempsey when he discovers a personal connection to the group.

With his new team member, former Secret Service agent Eden Grace, Dempsey joins the race to track down the terrorists’ bomb before it’s too late.

But when their mission falls apart, he is forced to turn to the most unlikely of allies: an old enemy he thought he had buried in his past. Now, with time running out, they must find a way to work together to stop a madman from unleashing horrifying destruction across the country.

Format: Hardcover (496 pages)              Publisher: Elliott & Thompson
Publication date: 18th November 2021 Genre: Thriller

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My Review

No Way To Die is the fourth book in Tony Kent’s Dempsey/Devlin series featuring ISB agent Joe Dempsey, a man described as ‘an unquestioning soldier with a talent for death’.

Since it’s impossible to summarise the plot without giving anything away plus the fact I still haven’t got my breath back after finishing it, I’ll just say No Way To Die is:

  • a book with an explosive (literally), twist-a-minute plot that incorporates double-crosses, triple-crosses, quadruple-crosses (you get the picture) and more state-of-the art military hardware than you could ever want (or need)
  • a story involving right-wing extremists, conspiracy theorists and a deadly plan of breathtaking audacity
  • perfect for thrill-seekers, those suffering from James Bond withdrawal symptoms or evil geniuses in search of their next masterplan for world domination

My thanks to Emma at Emma Finnigan PR for my digital review copy.

In three words: Action-packed, compelling, twisty

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Tony KentAbout the Author

Tony Kent’s first novel, Killer Intent, was one of the ‘must reads’ of 2018. It was selected for the Zoe Ball Book Club. His second thriller, Marked For Death, followed and was picked by the Richard & Judy Book Club. His third novel, Power Play, is a highly-topical thriller of corruption and power, cementing Tony’s reputation as one of the most exciting new names in crime fiction.

These three books – featuring criminal barrister Michael Devlin and intelligence agent Joe Dempsey – are being adapted for television, directed by the award-winning film maker Duncan Jones.

Tony Kent grew up in a close-knit Irish family in London and studied law in Scotland. Now a top-ranking criminal barrister, his case history is full of nationally reported trials, prosecuting and defending of the most serious criminal allegations, including terrorism, corruption, murder, kidnap and fraud. Prior to his legal career, Tony represented England as a heavyweight boxer and won a host of national amateur titles.

Tony’s love of crime thrillers was inspired by powerhouse writers like Lee Child, Robert Ludlum, John Grisham, David Baldacci and Frederick Forsyth. (Photo: Goodreads/Bio: Author website)

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