No Way Out

No Way Out

Alan Jacobson / Dec 12, 2019

No Way Out When a powerful firebomb destroys part of an art gallery in an exclusive London district FBI Profiler Karen Vail is dispatched to England to work with Scotland Yard But Vail soon discovers that at th

  • Title: No Way Out
  • Author: Alan Jacobson
  • ISBN: 9781624670848
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a powerful firebomb destroys part of an art gallery in an exclusive London district, FBI Profiler Karen Vail is dispatched to England to work with Scotland Yard But Vail soon discovers that at the heart of the bombing lies a 440 year old manuscript that holds clues to England s past with content is so explosive that a group of political radicals is bent on destroyingWhen a powerful firebomb destroys part of an art gallery in an exclusive London district, FBI Profiler Karen Vail is dispatched to England to work with Scotland Yard But Vail soon discovers that at the heart of the bombing lies a 440 year old manuscript that holds clues to England s past with content is so explosive that a group of political radicals is bent on destroying it at all costs The trail leads Vail to a notorious fugitive who appears to be planning a major attack on London and the United States Soon she finds herself on the run from the British security service, Scotland Yard and a group of internationally trained assassins all determined to silence her all tightening the net to ensure that she s got no way out National Bestselling author Alan Jacobson has crafted an intelligent, twisting thriller destined to be talked about long after the last page is turned.

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        ALAN JACOBSON is the USA Today bestselling author of eleven critically acclaimed, award winning thrillers His 20 years of research and training with the FBI s Behavioral Analysis Unit, DEA, US Marshals Service, ATF, Scotland Yard, SWAT, and the US military bring unparalleled realism to his stories and characters prompting the San Francisco Chronicle to write that Alan Jacobson researches his books like a good newspaper reporter and then pushes the envelope into reality thoroughly than the typical crime novel could ever allow Jacobson s series protagonist, FBI profiler Karen Vail, has resonated with both female and male readers and inspired Nelson DeMille, James Patterson, and Michael Connelly to call Vail one of the most compelling heroes in suspense fiction Likewise, his OPSIG Team Black series has been lauded by real life Navy SEALs.Jacobson s thrillers have been published internationally and several have been optioned by Hollywood.Web AlanJacobson Facebook Facebook AlanJacobsonFans Instagram alan.jacobsonTwitter JacobsonAlan


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    1. A different kind of story line than the other Karen Vail books - more espionage and off continental USA.Karen is first sent to Spain to talk at a behavioral conference, which she gets into a bit of trouble, then she is sent to London to help track down some terrorists who have plans of using ricine in London.The book was a pretty good read, a bit cumbersome with the "tutorial" on the writings of Shakespeare and whether or not Shakespeare is a man or woman - interesting, but a big draggy.Lots of [...]


    2. Alan Jacobson’s newest installment in the popular Karen Vail series is a riveting jaunt across the pond. FBI Profiler Karen Vail swears she’ll be on her best behavior when she’s plucked out of Spain—having partially taught a class on her craft—leaving behind a corpse and damage to a national treasure. Sent straight to London and assigned a threat assessment, Vail really does intend to tow the line this time, but anyone who knows of her, understands that coloring in the lines isn’t he [...]


    3. In the fifth Karen Vail installment, the great FBI profiler gets to take a trip across the pond and enjoy some bangers and mash, visit Big Ben and help out some bobbies . . . no, actually, it’s much more cooler than that. Vail finds herself on orders to help out New Scotland Yard with a special kind of case that soon turns into something much more complex and terrifying, dragging her from the world of profiling and tracking to outright black ops. But if there’s anyone who can handle it, it [...]


    4. Great. Now I have yet another author's back catalog to start reading! Alan Jacobson has offered his reader's a thrill a minute journey to London and beyond. His heroine, FBI Profiler Karen Vail, is a wonderfully multi dimensional character. I do not think I suffered from not reading other books about Karen. The pacing was fast, the action non-stop, the suspense well plotted and the settings beautifully drawn. The ease of immersion was fantastic, I didn't want to put it down and stayed up way too [...]


    5. This was the first Alan Jacobson novel I've read I jumped in with his 5th Karen Vail tale .This FBI profiler is not only extremely confident & competent , but also sarcastic and witty. She is the female counterpart of Nelson Demillie's "John Corey" character who I never grow tired of. Karen is dispatched to England perform a threat accessment involving a recent bombing. Consideration of motive turns out to be the destruction of 440 year old "hand-written" manuscript of Shakespeare. A detour [...]


    6. Karen Vail from the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit is on loan to New Scotland Yard in London to profile and help catch a terrorist. What starts out as an investigation into the bombing of an art gallery with a valuable Shakespeare original turns out to be a much bigger conspiracy.Bombs, chemical weapons and international terrorists make this a fast moving thriller.


    7. No Way OutBy Alan JacobsonReviewed by Russell IlgNo Way Out is the latest and greatest installment of the FBI Profiler Karen Vail series. In this best novel of the year contender, Karen is taken out of her comfort zone and sent to England to help Scotland Yard with a threat assessment. On the surface, it looks to be a quick in-and-out job. But this simple case takes on a life of its own that soon becomes a much more complex, challenging, and dangerous matter that puts her in a tough position: th [...]


    8. Alan Jacobson's "No Way Out" is an incredible wild ride of suspense, intrigue, and mystery that at times can knock you off your chair. FBI BAU's Karen Vail is sent to London for her expertise to profile a bomber. It seems a bomb has destroyed a book store which had recently discovered a rare Shakespeare manuscript. Vail is pared with New Scotland Yard's Clive Reid to assist her around London. Before long, Vail teams up with CIA Black Ops Specialist Hector DeSantos on a completely different adven [...]


    9. It took me a while to get into this book as it's not a typical Karen Vail serial killer thriller. Two themes run through the book which I usually am not interested in reading; first a conspiracy theory and secondly terrorists. Karen is sent off to England for consultation but quickly finds herself being told of a stolen manuscript and the reason? one of the many who really wrote the Shakespeare plays conspiracy theories. This part bored me to tears but Karen's sarcastic personality and annoyance [...]


    10. No Way Out – A Karen Vail Novel = EXCELLENTMystery/suspense author, Alan Jacobson, transports us into the shadowy international world of terrorism, thanks to some very strong characters – led by FBI Profiler Karen Vail. Mr. Jacobson weaves an intense story of shocking revelations and the never-ending moral dilemma of whether the ends justify the means. England and Spain are rich environments in this fast-paced tale with Karen Vail often challenged with whom to trust vs. following her gut ins [...]


    11. Very good action thriller with all the normal fight scenes, car chases and James Bond type action. Good story line of CIA/FBI/MI5 operatives saving Britain from a terrorist attack. The main character Karen Vail I believe has been overworked as to me she was very unlikeable, gobby, know it all, with ego to match. She could have been toned down a little to make her acceptance with her peers more believable. Written for an American audience the author added various references to the differences bet [...]


    12. It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Alan Jacobson's work. I am always anxiously awaiting any new release and let me tell you, his newest novel, "No Way Out" does not disappoint! This book hooked me from opening sequence and on the edge of my seat during the ending! The best thing, is that we readers are once again treated to our favorite FBI profiler, Karen Vail. She is smart, funny and takes crap off of no one. Alan Jacobson manages to throw you right into the action as well as making you b [...]


    13. Whether you are a longtime Alan Jacobson fan or you are new to his writing, No Way Out will keep you on the edge of your seat, racing through the novel to keep up with the action.Jacobson’s unique ability to endow readers with a fly-on-the-wall perspective inserts you directly into the action, which leaps off the page so brilliantly you will think you are wearing 3D glasses.In No Way Out Jacobson teams gutsy FBI profiler Karen Vail with rough-and-tumble covert operative Hector DeSantos to inte [...]


    14. I know giving my favorite author’s new book 5 stars sounds predictable. Every Jacobson book to date has deserved that from me, thus the favorite author title.In this Karen Vail thriller Vail starts out as an unwitting part of a cover for a homeland terrorism operation in England. When efforts to guide her away from the actual US assisted black op become transparent to the FBI profiler she becomes part of the mission. No Way Out is an action thriller where Vail finds herself walking the line be [...]


    15. No Way Out was part of the Karen Vail series. I enjoy the series, however, this book seemed really long and I wasn't very engaged in the story. It started off with Vail in Madrid, which pretty much had no relevance to the story. When Vail heads to London, she is caught up in another case which had too much history and too much of Vail questioning the British slang. It started to get annoying since it was mostly banter between Vail and the other law enforcement folks and not related to the myster [...]


    16. FBI profiler Karen Vail is in Madrid teaching other crime fighters her techniques of using profiling to capture criminals. But wait there is a bomb explosion in London and it looks like it could be the work of terrorists. So she leaves the continent for England to help Scotland Yard capture a potential serial bomber. Or is it a Shakespeare conspiracy? Or a much larger threat to the lives of people all over the world? With all these plot twists, this book sounds crazy and a bit confusing, but go [...]


    17. This one was really crazy. When things started out and Karen got kicked out of Madrid I thought that was the worst that could happen. Turns out that was the most sane thing that happened. I found it funny that Karen was sent to London as punishment for the happenings in Madrid, even better was Karen's reactions the British way of talking. I loved the way that Karen was confounded.It was amazing how thing snowballed as the story went on and the lines that Karen and her cohorts crossed. The ending [...]


    18. I really enjoyed the first four Karen Vail books I read. I finished this one, but it was a struggle. I really couldn't suspend my disbelief enough to buy into this one. No spoilers, but, seriously, I don't believe that anyone could do the things done in this book and still have a career. I may be done with this seriesI did enjoy the London setting, having been in London just a few weeks ago and having travelled to many of the places described in the book. But that was the best part for me.


    19. I'm a huge fan of Karen Vail! She and Hector are messed up in all sorts of action packed fun in England! Short chapters, exciting and improbable story lines keep these stories a a fast pace! Not looking for literary genius here, just bad guys, good guys and crazy situations! A bomb story becomes a massive corrupt government story and let's just throw in murder, MI5, life saving rescues, black ops story.you name it it's probably here! Would be a fun beach read!


    20. I love the realism that Alan is bringing to this series. When he describes a scene the details are accurate to what's really there. This means he's done his research which pulls me into the story much more than other books I've read. I continue to see Karen "growing up" and being less of a "butt", which is really good to see. It shows that she's evolving and learning from past mistakes rather than being the same person from book to book. Great story!


    21. No Way Out is the latest in the Karen Vail series. Karen is out of her usual serial killer profiling arena,and deep in black ops and terrorists with DeSantos. The two characters, though different in their approach, are after the same goalop a ricin attack in the UK. I liked the interaction between the two main characters and the complexity of,trying to operate without official sanctions. Another good addition to the Karen Vail series.


    22. This is one of the most well researched books in the Karen Vail series. It's almost like a true story account in a foreign locale. The reader is so well attuned to Karen Vail that you almost feel like you want to have a talk with her, council her. Very fast paced, action packed and entertaining. A very gripping account of several agencies with the same agenda working together and separate at the same time. Excellent read and purchase.


    23. Having really liked all the previous Karen Vail's books, I was a little disappointed with this one. I didn't like the foreign locale on this one, prefer her in the states hunting serial killers. But my least favorite aspect of this book was the spy/espionage theme, which is one of my least favorites genres. I did like Karen Vail in this book. She is still the strong, spunky detective as in previous books. Also really liked the ending and the big twist.


    24. This may be the last Karen Vail story I read. I was a bit disappointed with this title. I've been a huge fan of Alan Jacobson's previous works, but found this book actually difficult to read - it seemed to take me forever, and while I finished it, it wasn't enjoyable. I had to force myself to read "just one more chapter". I found the storyline far from believable; each change in direction harder more unrealistic.


    25. I really wanted to love this book but I just didn't. Karen was the stereotypical "ugly American" abroad who kept wishing everyone would speak English, and by that, she meant American. She was so rude and continually insurbordinate that had she been a real agent, she would have absolutely been fired. The plot was convoluted and I felt as if most of the book involved excessive action with no real character development. Very disappointing as Jacobson is usually so much better than this.


    26. I am a huge Karen Vail fan from book one and "No Way Out" does not disappoint! It is fast moving, educative, and thought provoking. There are many "what would you do" scenarios and it shows us, and Karen, how "the other side works". Grab your reading light because you won't want to put it down! Welcome back Karen!


    27. 4 1/2 Stars: This was my first Alan Jacobson novel and what a wild ride! It was fast paced; well researched; great character development, with a variety of characters and their relationships; and the plot was scarily plausible. I would recommend this novel and look forward to reading other books by this author.


    28. This book started out different for the other Karen vail books so it took me awhile to get into the story. After about 30 percent in it started to get interesting. After about fifty percent I couldn't put it down. I loved the characters and found myself hoping that this group would be working together in the next book. It was a political thriller and I give the second half of the book five stars.


    29. ANOTHER WINNER for ALAN JACOBSON!!!!#Really if you are looking for something to read,look forthe Karen Vail series . They have everything,excitementdrama, suspense,serious slant on our government, andalso laughter : )


    30. Really good!I really liked this one! I have read all the Karen Vail thrillers, and I definitely like the black ops ones the best. This was full of action and suspense! I recommend it!


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