In TRUST, 36-year-old, high school teacher Lauren seems to have it all. She moved back to Waverly, a small seaside town, just north of Boston, MA several years ago. She has a great career, and has finally found true love. Lauren's wedding is just a few weeks away, when one of her students goes missing and when his body is found a few days later, she suddenly becomes a person of interest.
Her fiancé, David, is a former minor-league pitcher turned stockbroker, who is excited to settle down with Lauren. But when the missing student is found dead, and the media turns its attention even more closely on Lauren, David is surprised to discover that Lauren hadn't told him everything about her past.
With the help of his 91-year-old grandfather, who is a retired town sheriff, and his best friend Jake, the current assistant sheriff, David sets out to find the truth
Meet the Author
Pamela M. Kelley lives in the historic seaside town of Plymouth, MA near Cape Cod and just south of Boston. She has always been a book worm and still reads often and widely, romance, mysteries, thrillers and cook books. She writes contemporary romance and suspense and you'll probably see food featured and possibly a recipe or two. She is owned by a cute little rescue kitty, Bella.
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A cat. My Bella is curled up in my lap as I write this.
What do you owe the real people upon whom you base your characters?
I don’t really base my characters on real people. Though bits and pieces of people sometimes work into the books. Usually it’s funny situations.
How many unpublished and half-finished books do you have?
At least 5 or 6. I used to always get stuck around 100 pages and would set the book aside and start something else. But a more experienced writer friend told me not to do that, that everyone hits a wall at a certain point and you have to keep going and finish.
Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice?
Sometimes maybe. I know I sort of go to my happy place when I’m writing and when I have a week where I’m writing every day and the writing is going well, everything else seems to go well too and I sleep like a baby!
What’s the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?
Wondering if I’m getting it right.