Monday, August 11, 2014

Hush In The Storm

Reviews are already trickling in for Hush in the Storm, a new Christian Suspense novel by Julie B. Cosgrove, and they’re very positive.  I’ve included the blurb from the novel and a review for this must read book. Please keep reading to learn more about Julie and her work. 


Jen, a young widow floundering in the storm of mourning, whose only lifeline is her humdrum job, is tossed into a maze of deceit and intrigue by a coworker named the request of her late husband, or so Tom says. He kidnaps her and fakes her death to keep her safe from the cartel who he thinks caused her husband's "accident." Together, they are thrust into a tempest of danger and deceit where no one is whom they claim to be. The list of people Jen can believe in keeps diminishing. Who can she trust while dodging the Feds, human traffickers and the press who've discovered she's alive? How will Jen rescue the two held-captive girls she befriends without drowning them, Tom, and herself in the waves of betrayal, especially when she's begun to suspect her husband may not be as dead as everyone thinks... 

Amazon Review:

5 out of 5 Stars - Suspense with a Twist of Human Issues, August 6, 2014, By M. Hamilton

Right from the start, this book keeps the reader guessing. The heroine, Jen, is mourning the death of her husband when she's kidnapped and held in a cubicle by a guy who claims to have worked with her husband. He also claims he's protecting her. But from whom? And why? And is her husband really dead?

It's a tangled web to unravel that leads into human sex trafficking. The reader will learn a lot about this issue from the story, and see some of it's devastating effects. It kept me on the edge of my seat throughout.

About The Author:

Julie B. Cosgrove is a freelance writer, professional speaker and published author. She is a member of Advanced Writers & Speakers Association, American Christian Fiction Writers, North Texas Christian Writers, The Christians Writers Group Two, and Christian Writers Fellowship International.

She represents Women at Risk International, a Christian missionary group who sponsor safe houses for women and children snatched from human trafficking and slavery in thirteen countries and is actively involved in Prayer For Freedom, a nonprofit anti-trafficking ministry. 

Jule has published five nonfiction works, and she has authored three contemporary faith-based novels. Focused, set in the Texas Hill Country, which follows a woman’s journey to find God in her empty nest, was released in 2012. She is working on the other two novels in that trilogy, Grounded and Rooted. The sequel to Hush in the Storm, Legitimate Lies, launches through Prism Book Group in early 2015.
Contact Julie at  or through her blog, http://WhereDidYouFindGod


  1. I enjoyed Julie's novel. Lots of twists and turns.

  2. Sounds fascinating. There have been times a job kept me sane. Fortunately I didn't have to face the heroine's other challenges.