Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Trust No One by Laurel Bradley


Taylor Wilson married Phil because he was handsome and had the same interests as she did, but apparently she didn't know everything about Phil.  Something fishy was going on....her house didn't blow up on its own, Phil wouldn't have taken money from the security box without telling her, Phil definitely didn't spell his name with two L's, and Phil definitely wouldn't have left and not gotten in touch.

Taylor had to find Phil and find out why he just disappeared, and she also needed to escape the clutches of the FBI who were protecting her.  FBI?  Phil Missing?  Something certainly wasn't right and it definitely was something sinister.  The hints Taylor found and the text message that Phil sent "had" to be clues of Phil's location.  Taylor did escape from the FBI and tried to follow the clues to where she thought Phil might be, but she couldn't find him. 
As she was running from the FBI, she didn't realize someone else who was very dangerous was looking for her and was known to her husband.  The book focused on Taylor's following the clues she believed her husband had left her and on the FBI's solving of murders that all seemed to be connected, but how?  There had to be someone on the inside giving the "bad guys" information.  
The book was a thriller and was filled with secrets, evil people, people who really were not who they said they were, lies, hatred turned to revenge, many twists and turns, and of course murders.

TRUST NO ONE was fast paced and kept you guessing until the end. There were a few things that were somewhat farfetched, though, such as how Taylor escaped in her van, evaded the FBI, and rode on a snowmobile to Notre Dame. There also is some sensitive subject matter, but on the whole, it has a terrific storyline. 5/5

This book was given to me free of charge by STORYTELLER PUBLISHING in exchange for an honest review. 


  1. Great thriller...hope you can read it.

  2. Sounds like one you need an empty week-end for. I probably wouldn't be able to put it down.

  3. Elizabeth,
    Thank you so much for the great review. I'm glad you liked it.

  4. Sounds like quite the thriller read there. :) Thank you for stopping by my blog, and following. :) Look forward to chatting with you in the future.