No Going Back by Sheena Kamal is a thrilling mystery. The book hit the shelves on 2nd April 2020. It has been published by HarperCollins.
You can read the blurb of the book here:
Find your enemy. Before he finds you.
Nora Watts has a talent for seeing what lies beneath strangers’ surfaces, and for knowing what they’re working hard to keep hidden. Somehow, it’s the people closest to her she has trouble truly connecting with. In the case of Bonnie, the teenage daughter Nora gave up for adoption, she has to keep trying. For Bonnie has a target on her back—and it’s all because of Nora.
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When author copies for #NoGoingBack arrived last week, I unpacked them and have been staring at them in bewilderment. To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure how to, or if I even should, promote a book through this (necessary) time of social distancing when all of my events and most of my media have been cancelled. So I've been kind of off lately. But today I opened up a copy, and remembered all the hard work that went into this novel. It's the third book in my Nora Watts series. There's a hunt and a showdown in it that I am so absurdly proud of. I remembered how much I LOVE this character, and how badass she is. How vulnerable and raw writing her makes me. She's a gift! If you're interested in checking it out, preorder links are in my bio.
Two years ago, Bonnie was kidnapped by the wealthy Zhang family. Though Nora rescued her, she made a powerful enemy in Dao, a mysterious triad enforcer and former head of the Zhangs’ private security. Now Dao is out for revenge, and she needs to track him down in order to keep herself—and Bonnie—safe.
On Dao’s trail, Nora forms an unlikely partnership with Bernard Lam, an eccentric playboy billionaire with his own mysterious grudge to bear, and reunites with Jon Brazuca, ex-cop turned private investigator and Nora’s occasional ally. From Canada to southeast Asia they pursue Dao, uncovering a shadowy criminal cabal. But soon, the trail will lead full circle to Vancouver, the only home Nora’s ever known, and right to the heart of her brutal past.
About the author:
Sheena Kamal holds an HBA in Political Science from the University of Toronto and was awarded a TD Canada Trust scholarship for community leadership and activism around the issue of homelessness. Her debut novel The Lost Ones (US)/Eyes Like Mine (UK) won the 2018 Kobo Emerging Writer Prize, a Strand Magazine Critics Award and Macavity Award for Best First Novel. It has been sold in fifteen countries and was a Globe and Mail Bestseller, a TIME Magazine Recommended Read, an iBooks Best Book, a Bustle Best Book, and a Powell’s Pick. Kamal divides her time between Vancouver and Toronto.