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No Safe Place (Mass Market Paperbound)
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.
About the Author
Richard North Patterson studied fiction writing with Jesse Hill Ford at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He has written nine novels, including the international bestsellers Degree of Guilt, Eyes of a Child, The Final Judgment, and Silent Witness. Patterson lives with his wife, Laurie, and their family in San Francisco and on Martha's Vineyard.
"High drama . . . Emotion-rich characters . . . The pages turn quickly."
--The Washington Post Book World
"Engrossing . . . Ambitious and well-written, No Safe Place is a sort of ethical suspense novel."
--The Wall Street Journal
"What is striking is how exactly right Patterson gets the politics and the journalism while telling a gripping tale that intertwines abuse and betrayal, ethics and ambition, romance and dysfunction."
--The San Jose Mercury News
"Prescient . . . An important and impressive work of fiction . . . An exceptionally convincing, complex, and moving love story."
--The San Diego Union-Tribune