No Second Chance (book)

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No Second Chance
Author Harlan Coben
Country United States
Language English
Genre Mystery, Thriller
Published April 28th, 2003 Dutton Adult
Media type Print (Hardcover & Paperback)
Pages 352 pp (Hardcover)
ISBN 0-525-94729-9
OCLC 51042013

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 [1]

Plot summary[edit]

When the first bullet hit my chest, I thought of my daughter... 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.


The novel was adapted in a movie for TF1 et RTL-TVI in 2015, Une Chance de Trop.


  1. ^ Minzesheimer, Bob (2003-03-19). "Book-of-the-Month Club is going global". Usatoday.Com. Retrieved 2012-06-25. 

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