Jayne Ann Krentz’s ‘Trust No One’ Keeps Readers Guessing [REVIEW]
If you decide to read Jayne Ann Krentz's newest romantic thriller, Trust No One, you will not be disappointed.
The characters and setting work together to create tension that gradually builds page after page, drawing readers into the motivational business world of Grace Elland.
When readers meet Grace for the first time in the opening scene, they will instantly connect with her glass-half-full persona. To her co-workers and family, she appears to have a Pollyanna-like naivete towards people and situations. However, as Krentz reveals more of her multi-faceted personality, readers receive a glimpse into the complex layers of a very strong-willed woman.
Krentz's authentic characters, intriguing mystery, and wry humor will really capture readers' attention until the end of the book. Trust No One is a flawlessly executed novel, one that stay with you like an old family friend.
TRUST NO ONE
By Jayne Ann Krentz
352 pp. Putnam. $26.95.
About Jayne Ann Krentz
Jayne Ann Krentz writes about three different "worlds" using three different pen names. Using her married name, Jayne Ann Krentz writes contemporary romantic suspense. As Amanda Quick, she writes historical romantic suspense. And as Jayne Castle, her birth name, she writes futuristic/paranormal romantic suspense.
Why does she use so many pen names? "This way readers always know which of my three worlds they will be entering when they pick up one of my books," she says.
The author earned a B.A. in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and obtained a Master's degree in Library Science from San Jose State University in California. Before she began her career as a novelist, she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries.
She is married and currently lives in Seattle, Wash. with her husband Frank.