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Trust No One

4.21  ·  Rating Details ·  19 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
It’s all about secrets.

Taylor Wilson’s husband, Phil, has them. His best friend and art agent, Sean, has them. Everyone has them except Taylor—yet she’s the one someone is trying to kill.

Moments before a bomb destroys Taylor’s home, Phil disappears. Soon after, her landscape design business blows up as well. FBI agent Mark Cochran puts her into protective custody, but who
Paperback, 317 pages
Published June 5th 2012 by Storyteller Publishing (first published June 2nd 2012)
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Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews
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 cl
Sep 21, 2012 DelSheree rated it it was amazing
The last thing Taylor expected when she stepped into the backyard was to be knocked down by an explosion. When she realizes the explosion came from her house, and her husband is nowhere to be found - neither in the demolished house or out - panic starts to set in. Her life was happy, ordinary...but she soon begins to realize it was all built on lies, and that those lies may very well get her killed.

Trust No One drops you right into the action from the first page, although you start where you mi
Cheryl Dettlaf
Feb 10, 2013 Cheryl Dettlaf rated it it was amazing
After reading other reviews, I'm not going to recap the story, I'm not going to "spoil" the story or tell you about the characters. I'm going to tell you that if you don't like to sit on the edge of your seat you should not start this book. If you like to read books that you can put down at any time and don't involve your imagination, then don't read this book. If you like to know everything right up front and don't like to try to figure things out on your own, don't read this book. If you're in ...more
Jun 06, 2012 Renee rated it really liked it

Heroine Taylor Wilson can’t figure out why someone would want to kill her. She’s just a landscape designer. Her husband Phil is a sculptor. But someone blew up their home and her office. Now she’s on the run and Phil’s missing.

The FBI sends someone to protect her. Agent Mark Cochran has lots of questions—mainly why their security is anything but secure. The FBI has a leak. Taylor knows more than she says. Phil’s not nearly as innocent as he seems.

Phil told Taylo
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Women in jeopardy stories are some of my favorites and "woman in trouble" just about sums up the theme of Trust No One. It was full of twists and turns. Just when I thought it was safe for Taylor to trust someone, they turned out to be not so reliable or were somehow involved in the mess her husband appears to be tied up in.

I thought the clues Ms. Bradley planted, especially in the beginning of the book when Taylor decides to take her
Nov 03, 2012 Leigh rated it it was amazing
After a bomb blows Taylor's house away and her husband disappears, she has to run for her life. Why somebody is trying to kill her, she doesn't understand and neither does the FBI. They think her husband may be at fault but Taylor tries to hold onto the belief that Phil loves her and wants her to be safe. It seems that no matter where she goes or who is supposed to be protecting her, she is never safe.

I really LOVED this book! It is full of non-stop action from the very first page to the very l
Nov 21, 2012 Rebecca rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book!

Pros - Fast-paced action, strong story-line, good character development and no loose ends is a winner for me. Taylor was very engaging as a character, and it's wonderful to continue to see intelligent, strong women in action-based plots (That lean toward believable). Cochran took me a while to warm up to, but by the end of the story I was hoping for a sequel based on him. I loved that the setting was in the Midwest for a change. Loved the tech/art aspect! I'd really l
Ann Fields
Oct 24, 2012 Ann Fields rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book. From page one, the action blew me away (no intended pun). There were times I had to close the book to catch my breath before I could continue reading--the action was that intense. I enjoyed the international feel of the story as well as the heroine's creativity in saving herself. The writer does a great job with description and although some of the support characters were "standard-issued" the main characters are not. Add this book to your list. You'll be pleased.
Oct 28, 2012 Paul rated it it was amazing
I don't usually enjoy books which may be labelled "romance" but reading the back cover I decided to take a chance, and boy was I not dissappointed. While romance is an element of this book, it is only one element of a plot that features the classic paranioa elements of the true thriller, and will keep you guessing until the end. Heartily recommended.
Goldie Browning
Jun 13, 2012 Goldie Browning rated it it was amazing
I had the pleasure of working with Ms. Bradley on the production of TRUST NO ONE. This is no ordinary "woman in peril" novel. It is intelligent, well-written and exciting. Unlike so many romantic suspense books where a relationship unfolds, TRUST NO ONE is a book about a woman's faith in the man she loves.
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