Trust No One

Putnam. Jan. 2015. 352p. ISBN 9780399165139. $26.95; ebk. ISBN 9781101621004. ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
There's nothing like finding your boss murdered to get your day off to a great start. After marketing expert Grace Elland discovers motivational guru Sprague Witherspoon dead, she also ends up suspected of embezzlement. Then bizarre texts and a vodka bottle with links to a past murder bring things into focus, and it soon becomes clear that Grace is the key—and she needs protection. Fortunately, ex-marine and current venture capitalist Julius Arkwright is on the scene and determined to keep Grace safe.
VERDICT Zingy dialog, superb sensuality, and a pair of protagonists meant for each other drive the twisted plot of this clever page-turner to its gratifying conclusion. Krentz (River Road) lives in the Seattle area.

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