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by Richard North Patterson


atterson, Richard North: No Safe Place Kerry Kilcannon's brother is assassinated when he was running for president.

atterson, Richard North: No Safe Place Kerry Kilcannon's brother is assassinated when he was running for president. Now Kerry is running and a scandal lurks in the background as well as an assassin looking for him. Patterson's characters are multidimensional and intriguing.

Richard North Patterson is a great an author as you would ever wish to read

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No Safe Place centres on seven days in a closly contested Presidential primary, in which political violence, abortion politics and potential scandal all converge.

No Safe Place centres on seven days in a closly contested Presidential primary, in which political violence, abortion politics and potential scandal all converge. Kerry Kilcannon is a young senator from New Jersey, the younger brother of a murdered presidential aspirant. Now Kerry, too, is seeking the presidency. But Kerry's past and present have begun to converge. Richard North Patterson. Random House, 23 февр.

Kerry Kilcannon SeriesRichard North 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

Kerry Kilcannon SeriesRichard North 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.

by Richard North Patterson. Kilcannon believes he can make the system work. And he just may die trying. Books related to No Safe Place.

Richard North Patterson. Kerry Kilcannon enters into the world of presidential politics only to realize that one misstep can damage a lifetime of achievement

Richard North Patterson. Kerry Kilcannon enters into the world of presidential politics only to realize that one misstep can damage a lifetime of achievement. He has to prove his mettle against a reporter out to expose his weaknesses and a rival who will do anything to win. Here is the crucial battleground with hurdles that Kerry's courage and charisma may not overcome.

In his first book since the national best-seller, Silent Witness, Richard North Patterson uses his mastery of. .

In his first book since the national best-seller, Silent Witness, Richard North Patterson uses his mastery of characterization and suspense to give us a story of startling realism and originality - and extraordinary novel of presidential politics. In the year 2000, Senator Kerry Kilcannon's insurgent campaign against Vice President Dick Mason has come down to the last seven da.

Kilcannon believes he can make the system work.

In this convoluted story line, Kerry Kilcannon is a senator whose brother is killed while running for the White .

In this convoluted story line, Kerry Kilcannon is a senator whose brother is killed while running for the White House. He decides on his own run, even though he has an affair with a reporter that can bring him down. don’t usually enjoy political campaign stories but No Safe Place by Richard North Patterson was so enriched with back story that I loved it. Knowing that Kerry Kilcannon, Presidential candidate had an abusive father and a brother so handsome that he was jealous makes you understand his actions.

In the high-stakes, high-pressure world of presidential politics, where predators carry microphones and one misstep can savage a lifetime of achievement, Kerry Kilcannon is the rarest player of all. Kilcannon believes he can make the system work. And he just may die trying.Driven by the violent nightmare of his childhood, fueled by forces that few could understand, and burdened by secrets no one must know, Kilcannon is running for President--and entering the crucial battleground of California with seven days to go. But for Kilcannon, there are hurdles that his courage, charisma, and compassion may not overcome: the network correspondent he still loves; the reporter bent on their exposure; the rival who'll do anything to win; and the fanatic who believes that he must murder Kilcannon to protect the right to life.
Stan
Richard North Patterson's books have always been an engrossing read--until now. No Safe Place starts off well enough. Patterson explains that he's accomplished what he originally intended; to write compelling court room drama novels. In this story, he wants the public to know of the turmoil, sacrifice, and risks our candidates endure to run for the presidency of the United States.

The author has a talent for dropping the reader right into the action in the first sentences. In this case, a demented, gun-wielding young man enters an abortion clinic and begins shooting. With this, Patterson embarks on entertaining us with political rhetoric, hammering us with protagonist Kerry Kilcannon's speeches ad nauseum. It's not that I object to his philosophy, it's simply overkill. The righteousness of the candidate meets that of his would-be assassin--again and again and again...

The story evokes the memory of both Kennedy brothers slain for political causes. Kilcannon's love interest is believable, as is the unscrupulous current VP, against whom our hero is running. The media, most notably the press, are portrayed convincingly; altruistic, conniving, and weary.

Patterson is a superb story teller and when he sticks to characters, plots, and sub-plots, he shows mastery of his craft. No Safe Place is not a prime example of his writing.

If you can overlook Patterson's lecturing, you will still enjoy the story.
Ironrunner
I've read nearly all of Richard North Patterson's previous books. I've liked them quite a lot mostly. In this current series of 3 (of which this is the first) he is at the very top of his game. In several of his past books he seemed to spend a fair portion of the book ruminating about childhood traumas as the focus of the book. This series is different. The focus is much more in the present and the characters past is mentioned much more briefly as an explanation of their complexity. I couldn't put the book down and am in the middle of the rest of the series now - it really is one long story in three books. It shows a behind the scenes view of American Politics that is much like the view I get from the TV series West Wing. You get the feeling that the people really do and say and think the things his characters do. He has villains (of course) but they are also multi-dimensional people and even though you don't agree with their view of the world and why they do villainous things, you can see why THEY have those views. Highly recommended! This is an author who has only gotten better over the years.
Perongafa
This book was published eighteen years ago yet many of the same issues are as important today as they were then, especially the issue of gun control. Kerry is a little too wonderful for my taste. He spoke softly or softened his voice about every other page. I probably won't read the next book.
Hadadel
This was a great mix of fiction-excitement and politics. Being from New Jersey, I was able to confer with someone close to Neward politics and he said how accurate the Newark scenes were. While I don't often feel sympathy for politicians, this book at least lets us know what they have to go through to become President. WE COULD REALLY USE A KERRY KILCANNON IN POLITICS! Also, if anyone is a R.N. Patterson fan, you should read "Private Screening" and "Silent Witness" as small aspects of No Safe Place relate to the prior books. NOTE: you need not read them to enjoy Place.
Xmatarryto
This book was a bit slow at the beginning, but the farther I read, the better it got. The writing, plot, and characterization were all excellent. The most surprising thing to me was that the author made the entire thing so completely believable. I think that's a rare accomplishment. This is the first Patterson book I've read (he seems to write mostly crime/mystery stories, which I'm not nuts about), and I'm so glad I had the experience.
Kazracage
Very good read, but all the hyphenation were distracting. Maybe it's because I read it on a kindle, but I've never seen that before. Great story though.
Galubel
Although I read the sequel first, I found the political intrigue, mixed with pure human curiosity enough to keep me reading.

I always enjoy REP's writing, and since getting my new Kindle Fire, am very busy catching up.
Content of book is great, but there were 40 pages missing, and 40 other pages duplicated in my copy. Aggravating to have to buy a second copy to complete a partially read book.
No Safe Place (Kerry Kilcannon) ebook
Author:
Richard North Patterson
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Thrillers & Suspense
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Ballantine Books; Reprint edition (June 28, 1999)
Rating:
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