'This couldn't be more topical if A. A. Dhand was handing you the freshly written pages as he watched the news. It's hugely exciting.' Sunday Express
'An author to keep an eye on . . . Dhand is a fearless writer.' Sunday Times
A bomb detonates in Bradford's City Park.
When the alert sounds, DCI Harry Virdee has just enough time to get his son and his mother to safety before the bomb blows. But this is merely a stunt.
The worst is yet to come.
A new and aggressive nationalist group, the Patriots, have hidden a second device under one of the city's mosques. In exchange for the safe release of those at Friday prayers, the Patriots want custody of the leaders of radical Islamist group Almukhtaroon - the chosen ones.
The government does not negotiate with terrorists. Even when thousands of lives are at risk.
There is only one way out.
But Harry's wife is in one of those mosques. Left with no choice, Harry must find the Almukhtaroon, to offer the Patriots his own deal.
Because sometimes the only way to save lives, is to take them.
Readers are gripped by One Way Out:
***** 'An edge-of-your-seat thriller! I was breathless by the time I reached the end!'
***** 'The writing is explosive and from the start this book is addictive.'
***** 'An incredibly tense thriller . . . it feels all too plausible.'
This couldn’t be more topical if A. A. Dhand was handing you the freshly written pages as he watched the news. It’s hugely exciting, too.
I highly, highly recommend this brilliant Bradford-set thriller. Timely, and a compulsive page-turner.