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No Cry For Help Paperback – July 22, 2012
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About the Author
Born in Scotland, living in Canada and writing American fiction, Grant wears a toque and kilt with his six-guns. His debut novel, Switch, earned fantastic reviews internationally when it was published by Random House in the UK and in Canada by Penguin. It has also been translated into German by Heyne (Random House) and Chinese for Spring International Publishers of Taiwan. No Cry For Help is published in the UK by Bantam and in Germany by Heyne. His third dark thriller, K.A.R.M.A., is out now from Famous Books.
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Top Customer Reviews
That's the only real downside to this novel, it's not really a what would you do in this situation read as most people don't have the convenient connections to border smuggling and weaponry that this bus driver does through his mafia friend. However it's still a fast fun, action packed edge of your seat read. Ending is a bit unrealistic but other than that, you'll enjoy this one. Grant McKenzie's first novel Switch was also very good.
But as long as you suspended questions about such things, there was lots of suspense and intriguing characters to keep you guessing and mystified. Sometimes the final explanations were just a little disappointing.
The characters were wonderful (if in places a little - well, ok, alot - scary and unhinged) and I hope at some point McKenzie gets the chance to come back to some of them - especially Chevyo, I'm sure there's scope for a whole book about him! As in Switch - ordinary people are forced to do extraordinary things in horrible circumstances, and I hope a US publisher gives him a chance and that we get more from him.
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