Did you see anything on the night the Feverel family were murdered?
Cara Hunter is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling crime novels Close to Home, In the Dark, No Way Out and All the Rage, all featuring DI Adam Fawley and his Oxford-based police team. Close to Home was a Richard and Judy Book Club pick and was shortlisted for Crime Book of the Year in the British Book Awards 2019. No Way Out was selected by the Sunday Times as one of the 100 best crime novels since 1945. Cara's novels have sold more than a million copies worldwide, and the TV rights to the series have now been acquired by the Fremantle group. She lives in Oxford, on a street not unlike those featured in her books.
Hunter's novel is a tour de force, providing one plot twist
after another without losing sight of her characters' vulnerable
humanity * Sunday Times *
Switch off your phone and settle down on the sofa. You won't be able to put this book down until you've found out what happened - and who's responsible * Independent *
'Fast paced and a fantastic cast of characters. Kept me guessing to the end - and I loved the final reveal' -- Fiona Barton
Cara Hunter has a gift for getting to the bare bones - literally - of both character and plot. A fast-moving chilling thriller. -- Jane Corry
Cara Hunter is a brilliant plotter, but it's her masterfully drawn characters that really make her novels stand out -- Rachel Abbott
I don't know how Cara Hunter does it. The new DI Fawley novel is the best yet - and that's saying something! I couldn't read it quickly enough -- Simon Lelic
I was hooked from beginning to end -- Claire Douglas
I LOVED No Way Out. My heart was in my mouth the entire second half -- Sarah J. Naughton
No Way Out is a cracking detective novel that pulsates with authenticity -- Michelle Francis, author of 'The Girlfriend'
QUOTES FOR CLOSE TO HOME:
'GRIPPING' -- Ian Rankin
One of the best crime thrillers I have ever read! -- Kathryn Croft
Compulsive, with an ending you will not see coming -- Emma Kavanagh
A genuine stroke of genius ... sets the bar for new crime writers -- John Marrs