No Second Chance (book)
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|Published||April 28th, 2003 Dutton Adult|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover & Paperback)|
|Pages||352 pp (Hardcover)|
No Second Chance was written by Harlan Coben, and published in 2003 as a stand-alone thriller. No Second Chance was the first international Book of the Month Club pick in 2003 due to its global appeal 
Dr. Marc Seidman has been shot twice, his wife has been murdered, and his six-month-old daughter has been kidnapped. When he gets the ransom note, he knows he has only one chance to get this right. But there is nowhere he can turn to and no one he can trust.
- Minzesheimer, Bob (2003-03-19). "Book-of-the-Month Club is going global". Usatoday.Com. Retrieved 2012-06-25.
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