This Week’s Read: No Safe Place by Taylor Wilmering

NoSafePlace CoverShortly before September 11, 2001, Joe Biden warned, “The question is not if we will be attacked by terrorists again, but rather when and where.” In the pages of No Safe Place, terrorism has come to America once again. Sleeper agents for a radical Islamic terrorist group that calls itself Ansar Inshallah are carrying out specific targeted attacks designed to create general chaos and bring the United States to its knees. They have managed to blend into American society and go undetected – until now. As Ansar Inshallah’s sleeper cells awaken, Americans discover that appearances can be deceiving and the people around them may not be who they seem. Homeland Security Counter-Terrorism Division agent John Anderson and his field partner, Agent Erin Walker of the FBI, are racing against the clock to uncover and bring down Ansar Inshallah. But how do you fight a war when your enemy is hidden among you?


No Safe Place is available:

-Print version available in paperback.

-Electronic version available in .mobi, .prc, .pdf, .rtf, and plain text. (Kindle) (Nook, iPad, other devices)

About the author:
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I am a college student and will graduate in May 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in International & Cultural Studies with a focus on the Middle East, and a double minor in Writing and Sociology. Over the past several years, I have studied the Middle East in depth, learning about the history and culture of the region, as well as learning about radical Islam and terrorism. The people and events portrayed in “No Safe Place” are fictional, but they are based in fact, modeled after profiles of many real-world people and events. (At the end of the book, I included a “Background Information” section with details about some of the things that my story is based on.)

I have been writing since I was 6 or 7 years old. My writing at that age was about typical girly things like adventures with my best friend, horses, princesses, and other “young-girl-related” things. Since I spent a significant amount of my childhood in and out of hospitals, a lot of my stories also involved people going to the hospital and having surgery for various illnesses and injuries! I have been writing ever since, everything from 500-word short stories to novel-length projects. These days, my writing has matured and broadened a bit. 🙂 The majority of what I write now is medical drama, political thrillers, and Christian fiction. 


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