Fatal Trust

41SOn7T9eLL._SS300_This book had more twists and turns than a roller coaster!  Seriously, several times I had to go back and reread different parts because I wondered how I had missed certain things!

The novel begins with a scene from the end of the book so from the get go the reader is wondering how mild Ian Connor could end up in a scene like that!  And then the author unravels the story, with bits from the past, and dreams, and even from the view points of different characters.  What a suspenseful novel – with hit men, armed robberies, shootings, etc.

I liked how this book was a clean suspenseful novel – no profanity or sex.  But I will say I was expecting there to be some mention of God, since the publisher is Bethany House, but I did not find any.  I do highly recommend Fatal Trust as a clean, suspenseful legal thriller but wouldn’t say it is Christian Fiction.  I received a copy of this book from the publisher. I am freely writing a review – all thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

The Author: Todd M. Johnson

Todd M. Johnson has been a practicing attorney for over 30 years. Todd’s passion for writing blends well with his legal career and his novels are drawn closely from his personal experiences as a trial lawyer.

A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Minnesota Law School, Todd taught for two years as an adjunct professor of International Law and has served as a US diplomat in Hong Kong.

The Deposit Slip, Johnson’s first novel, debuted in 2012. His second novel, Critical Reaction, was released in October 2013.

A third novel, Fatal Trust, is set in Todd’s hometown of Minneapolis.

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