BOOK 5 of 6 Secrets. Lies. Murders of Unspeakable Horror.
Jewels’ husband harbors secrets. Life and death secrets. But Jewels does too. As the half-truths, outright lies, and dark secrets pile up, foolish pride tempts Jewels to make decisions with disastrous consequences.
Headstrong and not learning from her mistakes, Jewels’ ego lures her into hunting for the Meat Grinder Murderer who abducts women and tortures them with a meat tenderizers. Wrangling her best friend to join her in the hunt, Jewels’ plan to catch the killer backfires.
Jewels’ integrity, marriage, and life are on the line in this shocking fifth book in the series.
Holy mackerel! After reading this book, my suspicions are confirmed: I never want to meet this author in a dark alley. She’s got one creatively twisted mind and I mean that as a sincere compliment. “Endangered Trust” is dangerous in a wickedly good and entertaining way. As is true with the other books in this series, Spain puts you in the scene. This book is definitely NOT for anyone a bit squeamish, but IS for anyone who enjoys a gritty, well-written thriller. —StraightShooter
As stated in an earlier review, I read 2-5 in a row. “Trust” me, these novels are amazingly good thrillers. They deliver on every level: believable yet twisted bad guys; realistic and complex plot lines; and a couple who will go to any length to protect each other; and are well written. Spain’s passion for creating memorable characters and page turning plots is evident. Each book has shown her growth and strength as a writer. And the Meat Grinder ... I will never look at tenderizing meat in the same way. What a creative mind! I am eager to read the final book in the series and any other book she writes. —MisterMagoo
Say what?! Having read the first 4 books in the series, I can’t believe I’m saying this but I think the “meat grinder” is Spain’s most gruesome killer. Talk about sick and twisted! Spain has a way of sucking you into the story, then sucking you into another story within the story. Jewels is gorgeous, as always, but flawed with human traits and bad habits, which is why I think I love her so much. Some of the scenes in this book are horror at it’s best. —B.C. Jordan