No Way to Go
By Bernard Ashley
A brilliant fast-paced thriller.
Amber is shocked when her brother falls to his death from a tower block. She's convinced it wasn't an accident, and so begins her journey to discover the truth and bring some kind of justice for Connor. With twists, turns and a fabulous multi-layered plot, Bernard Ashley has created a thrilling and engrossing tale. Set in south east London, this is a incredibly gritty and absorbing novel.
Bernard Ashley lives in south east London and is a former head teacher. He now writes full-time and has been shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal on three occasions and has won the "Other" award (the alternative to the Carnegie). He has also written for TV.
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03 Sep 2009
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Another gripping thriller from an author who is always top-of-the-class. This excellent novel will satisfy both old and new fans — Carousel
At one level this is a tough thriller and whodunnit, as Amber gradually uncovers her brother's life, death and killer. At another, it is a convincing and disturbing picture of present-day urban London. — Books for Keeps
'Set in South London filled with gangs and violence, it's a taut thriller, and with it's gritty subject matter and clear prose it could win over reluctant readers.' — Irish Times
Another gripping thriller from an author who is always top of the class. This excellent novel will satisfy both old and new fans. — Carousel
A tough thriller and whodunnit. Fast... skilfully constructed... unpreachily sound. ***** — Books For Keeps
An excellent read. — School Librarian