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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: Random House Audio Price-less; Abridged edition (April 1 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553702475
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553702477
  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 11.3 x 3.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 163 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)


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By A Customer on June 21 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
One of my favorite authors. Will run out and buy anything he writes. Well-known for his research into his books, as is especially evident here (take a look at his acknowledgements in the back of his books). As a counselor in the area of abuse and violence, I was particularly impressed with how realistic his portrayals were. Made me wonder if this was based on research or was from personal experience. For those of you out there who grew up witnessing abuse, this book will hit home. Patterson, as always, delivers an excellent book. Another reason I like Patterson's books is b/c he consistently writes fabulous, likable characters and complex storylines. Also, there usually is a connection to other books (i.e., this book is the story of the younger brother of a presidential candidate. The older brother is the subject of another book).
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I really enjoyed the book - until the end.
It seems like Patterson didn't know what else to do with the affair between Kerry and Lara, so he just dropped the whole thing.
I still don't understand why Patterson chose the man he did to be the assassin. The whole idea of the radical pro-life killer was good enough without having to bring back someone from Kerry's past. (A someone who had nothing to do with the pro-life cause when Kerry knew him.)
A very good book, but be prepared for the strange twists at the end.
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Being a neophyte to Mr. Patterson's books, I have been going through them in order; I have been awed overall by this man's brilliant writing. I was disappointed at first in "No Safe Place," as Patterson moves away from criminal law to a political drama. I even considered not reading it after the first few chapters. But once again, Patterson's skills as a writer forced me to finish it and I'm glad I did. For what he achieves again is an incredible mixture of characters and situations that can't help but grab you by the throat and never let you go. In the alternating flashbacks, we learn so much about all of the characters. At times, Kerry Killcannon seems too good to be true, but beneath this saintly figure is a man with bitterness, the need for vengeance, and a need to climb out of the shadow of his assassinated brother, Jamie.
The scenes of family abuse are stunning--and disturbing---the moment at the end of the Anthony Musso trial is shocking and heartbreaking. Kerry's decision regarding the child in this situation has far reaching results.
Lara Costello, the lovely reported that Killcannon has fallen in love with, is portrayed as a career-driven, but ultimately a woman of substance.
The issues attacked in this book are the hard ones that we all face each day. Pro-life/pro-choice/gun control/spouse abusal protection...Patterson packs some powerful comments and whether you agree with them or not, you have to admire him for trying to be fair and realistic in his approach. Journalism takes a beating in this one, as it should. It gives further evidence how the media will do anything to get a story, even ruin people's lives.
The tragic Sean Bean is a very disturbing but pitiful character and the path he takes to his own destruction is gutwrenching, but at the climax of his scene, you'll understand why.
A brilliant book, and quite well done.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is that I found it a bit long in parts. Wannabe President Kerry Kilcannon is a great character study of someone who is unsure just how much to lose or compromise to ascend to the highest office. What's nice is that he is an honest to goodness good person. I wish he were running for office in real life. I recommend this book. This was the first Patterson book I have read, but it won't be the last.
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My first RNP. The book made that made me a fan of Richard N Patterson. After No Safe Place, Silent Witness,Escape the Night and Degree of Guilt Richard North Patterson proved to be my most favourite author, even over John Grisham and Steve Martini.The campaign trail is amazing, the romance touching and the way RNP takes us to the past of the protagonist Kerry Kilcannon is just great. His feelings and character are well written. Kerry Kilcannon is a lawyer mostly dealing with cases of domestic violence. He then enters politics and runs for president. His brother James was assasinated in a campaign. Past memories,his love and emotions make a great read; u gotcha read this book, you'll surely get hooked.
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By Dondi on July 24 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Patterson gets it all right: the politics, the journalism and the relation between them. This is the best political novel since "Advise and Consent."
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At first I was dissapointed with this book. I couldn't put down Patterson's previous work, Silent Witness, and found that with this book I had trouble turning pages. But I perservered and somewhere along the way I discovered that I couldn't put the book down at all. By the time I reached the end I was sorry that it was over!
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By A Customer on April 16 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Upon a recommendation from a friend, I gave this book a whirl. I gave it up about half way through. I just found Kerry to be incredibly unlikeable. Patterson was not able to convince me that this guy was a Kennedy-esque politician. He should tell stories in the first person. That way he can cut back on the dialogue a little, which he is incapable of writing. In all fairness, the only really bad dialogue was that of his female characters. This guy ought to spend a little more time around woman. Learn how they talk with each other and to men. Incorporate that into his writing. That would have made all the difference in the world when I was trying to wade through this....
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