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"No Time To Die" is the follow-up to J.D. Trafford's award-winning, international best-selling novel "No Time To Run." In "No Time To Die," Michael Collins is back at the Sunset Resort and Hostel with the other misfits and drop-outs. He reluctantly agrees to find a local boy's missing father and soon finds himself back in the United States, harassed by the local sheriff, hu "No Time To Die" is the follow-up to J.D. Trafford's award-winning, international best-selling novel "No Time To Run." In "No Time To Die," Michael Collins is back at the Sunset Resort and Hostel with the other misfits and drop-outs. He reluctantly agrees to find a local boy's missing father and soon finds himself back in the United States, harassed by the local sheriff, hunted by the FBI, and trying to win the biggest lawsuit of his life against all odds. J.D. Trafford is the winner of the National Legal Fiction Writing Award for Lawyers. Like John Grisham and D.W. Buffa, "No Time To Die" delivers another smart, page-turning legal thriller.


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"No Time To Die" is the follow-up to J.D. Trafford's award-winning, international best-selling novel "No Time To Run." In "No Time To Die," Michael Collins is back at the Sunset Resort and Hostel with the other misfits and drop-outs. He reluctantly agrees to find a local boy's missing father and soon finds himself back in the United States, harassed by the local sheriff, hu "No Time To Die" is the follow-up to J.D. Trafford's award-winning, international best-selling novel "No Time To Run." In "No Time To Die," Michael Collins is back at the Sunset Resort and Hostel with the other misfits and drop-outs. He reluctantly agrees to find a local boy's missing father and soon finds himself back in the United States, harassed by the local sheriff, hunted by the FBI, and trying to win the biggest lawsuit of his life against all odds. J.D. Trafford is the winner of the National Legal Fiction Writing Award for Lawyers. Like John Grisham and D.W. Buffa, "No Time To Die" delivers another smart, page-turning legal thriller.

55 review for No Time To Die

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "An Awesome Legal Thriller" Attorney Michael Collins and his friend, Kermit, are enjoying life in Mexico. Little boy, Pace, has received letters every week from his father in Florida working on a tomato farm. He hasn't heard from him in a couple of weeks and sought help from Collins. Michael had promised the boy he'd find his father, Tommy Estrada; however, Michael is pursued by the US. Federal Government for stealing 500 million dollars from a client ... a crooked client. He's at great risk of b "An Awesome Legal Thriller" Attorney Michael Collins and his friend, Kermit, are enjoying life in Mexico. Little boy, Pace, has received letters every week from his father in Florida working on a tomato farm. He hasn't heard from him in a couple of weeks and sought help from Collins. Michael had promised the boy he'd find his father, Tommy Estrada; however, Michael is pursued by the US. Federal Government for stealing 500 million dollars from a client ... a crooked client. He's at great risk of being located in the U.S., but a promise is a promise, and he'd do his best to find the boy's father. This is a fast moving thriller, with fascinating characters. It's well written and very exciting. Highly recommend.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chloe Cuthbert

    What is the price of a life? In the second installment of the Michael Collins series, we find Michael back at the Sunset, Hut 7. The peace and tranquility doesn't last, as usual. Pace, one of Michael's soccer kids, needs his help. His father is missing and his family wants Michael to go back to the state's and find him. Well written and engaging, Trafford has done it again. What is the price of a life? In the second installment of the Michael Collins series, we find Michael back at the Sunset, Hut 7. The peace and tranquility doesn't last, as usual. Pace, one of Michael's soccer kids, needs his help. His father is missing and his family wants Michael to go back to the state's and find him. Well written and engaging, Trafford has done it again.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jacki Riffey

    This is the second book read by this author. Similar to John Grisham. Strong themes of social justice and discrimination. The story continues on from his first book in this series so it would benefit to read that one first. Now on to No Time To Hide!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Wilson

    A story within a legal battle. This book is the second in this series and just like the first book, I can't wait to read more about Michael Collins and Kermit. Kermit is a very interesting character that helps to keep the book light. A story within a legal battle. This book is the second in this series and just like the first book, I can't wait to read more about Michael Collins and Kermit. Kermit is a very interesting character that helps to keep the book light.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tara Butler

    Every bit as good as the first This legal thriller of the year kept me turning pages just like Book 1 in the series. Well written, in depth characters, gripping story line and enough twists and turns to make you carsick. Now on to book 3!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette Hurrelbrink

    No Time to Die Another Trafford success. Michael takes on a new case involving Mexican workers. The troubled FBI agent is still seeking revenge.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kay Salter

    No Time To Die This was an interesting and enjoyable book. The characters are brought to life by Mr. Trafford's ability to instill them with love, integrity and passion. No Time To Die This was an interesting and enjoyable book. The characters are brought to life by Mr. Trafford's ability to instill them with love, integrity and passion.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dixie Petersen

    Who can forget Kermit!?! This book was a sequel to author's, "No Time to Run". I believe this stands up equally to that book. In this book, the bad guys are easier to pick out of the crowd -- and what an evil collection they are. I did miss Father Stiles, he added so much unique flavor to book one, and would liked to have seen him in this book even though, LOL, it was probably not feasible given the geographic difference. I read this book in one day -- I just could not put it down! I have the 3rd Who can forget Kermit!?! This book was a sequel to author's, "No Time to Run". I believe this stands up equally to that book. In this book, the bad guys are easier to pick out of the crowd -- and what an evil collection they are. I did miss Father Stiles, he added so much unique flavor to book one, and would liked to have seen him in this book even though, LOL, it was probably not feasible given the geographic difference. I read this book in one day -- I just could not put it down! I have the 3rd book up and ready for consumption.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    This book was OK. Nothing amazing, nothing bad. Just a run of the mill law and order book. I can't say anything stood out as a spectacular story line or character. But it wasn't uninteresting. Just...OK. This book was OK. Nothing amazing, nothing bad. Just a run of the mill law and order book. I can't say anything stood out as a spectacular story line or character. But it wasn't uninteresting. Just...OK.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    Michael Collins finds himself back in Florida and being dogged by the federal authorities. I have enjoyed this series about a lawyer who finds his way back to helping others with the law and is on the run from the law himself. Looking forward to the third book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gay

    Good story although pretty predictable. I listened from Audible.com but was not pleased with the reader. Inflections were so messed up and at times his voice seemed monotone. Ugh. I have the other books in the series which I plan to read but will use kindle.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Paulette

    My first J.D. Trafford novel. Fast Paced Legal Thriller. Michael Collins is the main character with his crazy sidekick Kermit Guilliardo. Lots of twists and turns and quite the page turner!

  13. 4 out of 5

    sandra Lindell

    NO TIme to die This book kept my Interest. Fast moving! For people who enjoy legel mysteries this book is a must. I don't think you would be disappointed! NO TIme to die This book kept my Interest. Fast moving! For people who enjoy legel mysteries this book is a must. I don't think you would be disappointed!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gaile

    Loved it. Reading the third book in this series. Reminds me of John Grisham

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chrishandsigns

    I listened to this as an audio book and did not like the reader's intonation or inflection, or lack thereof. I listened to this as an audio book and did not like the reader's intonation or inflection, or lack thereof.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    I love court room novels and this is second installment of same character from No Time to Run. Looking forward to next adventure.

  17. 5 out of 5

    George M. Ray

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    Meg

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  32. 5 out of 5

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    BookishDreamer

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    Lee

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