Welcome to today’s stop on the blog tour for No Way To Die by Tony Kent which will be published in paperback on 14th April 2022. My thanks to Anne at Random Things Tours for inviting me to take part in the tour. Do check out the Instagram post by my tour buddy for today, Kim at Kim’s Reading Adventure.
I read No Way To Die when it was first published in November 2021 and you can find my review below. But first, here’s what some others who really know their stuff have had to say about No Way To Die:
‘The fourth volume in the Dempsey and Devlin high octane action thriller series does not disappoint, and provides the requisite number of fisticuffs, races against time and knuckle-bruising encounters to fill an IMAX screen and more.’ Crime Time
‘Definitely his best yet – a thrilling journey across America that channels Baldacci and Crais, all leading up to the classic ticking clock climax. Terrific.’ Mason Cross, author of What She Saw Last Night
‘What an absolute belter of a book. Dempsey reminds me of an amalgam of 007 and OrphanX. A blistering, two-fisted thriller you won’t want to put down until you’re done.’ Neil Lancaster, author of Dead Man’s Grave
‘[A] nail-biting epic thriller…Utterly unputdownable!’ Steph Broadribb, author of Deep Dark Night
About the Book
When traces of a radioactive material are found with a body in Key West, multiple federal agencies suddenly descend on the 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 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: Paperback (512 pages) Publisher: Elliott & Thompson
Publication date: 14th April 2022 Genre: Thriller
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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
In three words: Action-packed, compelling, twisty
Try something similar: Hunter Killer (Pike Logan #14) by Brad Taylor
About the Author
Tony Kent is a practising criminal barrister who draws on his legal experience to bring a striking authenticity to his thrillers: Killer Intent, Marked for Death, Power Play and now No Way To Die.
Ranked as a ‘leader in his field’ Tony has prosecuted and defended in the most serious trials during his twenty years at the Criminal Bar – specialising in murder, terrorism, corruption, kidnap and organised crime. His case history is filled with nationally reported trials and his practice has brought him into close professional contact with GCHQ, the Security Service and the Ministry of Defence. He has also defended in matters with an international element, involving agencies such as the FBI.
Tony also appears as a criminal justice expert on a number of TV shows, including Meet, Marry, Murder (coming soon to Netflix), My Lover, My Killer and Kill Thy Neighbour (both Channel 5).
Prior to his legal career Tony represented England as a heavyweight boxer and won a host of national amateur titles.
He lives just outside of London with his wife, young son and dog.