TRUST NO ONE
Bradley’s chilling story starts with a bang — literally — and all the twists and turns thereafter will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Taylor is a sympathetic woman on the brink, and the suspense is nicely maintained in this page-turner.
Taylor Wilson is gardening in her yard when, all of a sudden, her house blows up — with her husband, Phil, inside. Or so she thinks. She soon finds out that there was no one in the house, and she starts receiving cryptic messages from Phil. Then her landscaping business is also bombed, and FBI agent Mark Cochran thinks Phil is trying to kill Taylor. Taylor, however, thinks Phil’s messages are meant as warnings, and he’s trying to protect her. What is clear is that Phil isn’t the man she thought he was, and he had secrets — secrets that someone would kill her to get. Taylor isn’t sure who she can trust — not even Mark. (STORYTELLER, Jun., 318 pp., $14.99)