Trust No One


Fiction - Suspense
318 Pages
Reviewed on 05/10/2012
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Author Biography

Mother of five; author of three…and counting.

Wisconsin author Laurel Bradley believes God answers prayers. After 11 years of writing, Bradley achieved her dream of seeing her stories in print.

Her first novel, the romantic time-travel "A Wish in Time", was released February 2007. It was a finalist in the 2007 National Indie Excellence Book Awards and won 2008 ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Winner in romance. "Crème Brûlée Upset", her contemporary romance, was released in 2008 by The Wild Rose Press.

Her suspense novel "Trust No One" was released in June 2012 by Storyteller Publishing. Bradley enjoys sharing the lessons she has learned about new technologies, networking and the importance of savvy marketing with other book enthusiasts and writers.

Laurel graduated from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire with a BA in English. When Laurel isn't reading, writing, networking or chasing to her children's sporting events, she paints with watercolor, decorates Ukrainian Eggs, and volunteers.

You can see one of her paintings and find out more information about Bradley’s books and her upcoming appearances by visiting her website www.laurelbradley.com.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Alice DiNizo for Readers' Favorite

Taylor Wilson owns her own landscaping business and is filling a wheel barrow with pumpkins in her own backyard in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where she lives quite happily with artist/sculptor husband Phil. Phil has driven away from the house after answering the telephone. His instructions to Taylor are to stay outdoors but soon after he leaves, there is a massive explosion destroying their home and Taylor is injured and ends up in the hospital. Phil never comes to see her but the FBI does and Agent Cochran takes her office files and computer. Phil leaves Taylor a large amount of cash and text message: "Be smart, Tink. Trust no one. Lose the phone. Run. You know where. I will meet you." What on earth is going on? Especially since the Iraqi Consulate General's head of security, Fuad Accawi has just killed his drug-addicted wife. Again, what is going on and who can Taylor trust?

"Trust No One" is a highly well-written, well-formatted and well-edited thriller that will keep the reader entranced until its very last pages when the bad guy reveals himself. Taylor, her husband Phil, Agent Cochran, Phil's art agent Sean O'Hearn and all the other characters are quite authentic and believable. The plot moves across the United States as Taylor runs from danger and right again into the face of danger and is filled with the twists and turns that make it a good thriller and great reading. "Trust No One" should be on everyone's summer reading list.