Featured Selection: Nowhere Land by Glenn Trust
She is hunted down by the demons of her past, and the story takes a twist that will leave you stunned.
She was nowhere. It was just where she wanted to be.
Escaping her past, Alice Trent is searching for someplace off the grid where she has no history, and the future is hers to make. The community of Coldford, Nebraska welcomes her into their small corner of the world, and Coldford, her Nowhere Land, begins to feel like home.
When events trap those she cares about, charging them with a murder they did not commit, Alice is forced to take matters into her own hands to protect them.
Along the way, she is hunted down by the demons of her past, and the story takes a twist that will leave you stunned.
About Glenn Trust:
I write books. Seriously, that’s what I get to do every day. It’s great.
I have been fortunate to author some that have achieved bestseller status, including The Hunters Series of mystery suspense thrillers. It took me a lot of years to get to that point, but I wouldn’t trade any of them for a minute. I love writing books for you and the journey that brought me here.
I am a native of the south, Georgia specifically. I spent much of my life there, but I have lived in many other places as well. We moved a lot when I was young. Eventually, we ended up back in Georgia in my teens where I finished school and went to work.
Today, my wife and I live in the deserts of the far west. It took a lot of years to get here. Life is like that, with lost of twists and turns and surprises. I like it that way.
I write every day. I wouldn’t change a thing.
Thanks for your interest in my work. You can see all the other stuff I write about here http://glenntrust.com/
Review by coppermoon:
When I first met Alice Trent in An Eye for Death, my reaction was, “oh, goody, another female victim who is beautiful but fragile and helpless. Yawn.”
But Alice Trent was none of that. Alice Trent makes you sit up and take notice. And you like what you see. Beautiful, of course, but hardly fragile and definitely not helpless. And still totally fascinating.
Alice is not the only character that is interesting in this series. These people remind you of folks you know – he reminds you of your brother-in-law, she’s just like that lady down the street, etc. And so, you care what happens to them… or, now and then, you wish something *would* happen to them.
I’ve read everything this author has written and can only wish he would write faster….