Trust Me

Trust Me

Book - 2018
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An unlikely alliance between an accused killer who swears she is innocent and a grieving journalist trying to rebuild her shattered life leads to a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse.
Publisher: New York : Forge, 2018
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9780765393074
Branch Call Number: FIC
Characteristics: 400 pages ; 25 cm


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Feb 13, 2019

Terrible story, don’t waste your time reading it.

Jan 12, 2019

Didn't get a lot better as I got further along but did hang in and was glad to finish it

Dec 01, 2018

Startrd strong but then became simply unbelievable. The writer was trying maybe too hard to tell a story about truth vs a good story...the main character a journalist struggles with this. But its too obvious what the writer is aiming for and midway through the book he lost me by going too over the top.
I wouldnt waste my time with this book.

Oct 26, 2018

author didn't have to think too hard to write this. Just retold the Casey Anthony story. Very jumbled writing.

Oct 22, 2018

While author does a great job of detailing what it's like dealing with a sociopath and pathological liar, I found the book to be difficult to get through. Wading through the numerous lies to find out what really happened was a challenge, and I was relieved to finish it.

Sep 13, 2018

A stand alone from one of my favourite authors.

Mercer Hennessey's shattered life now has the added complication of a sociopath, Ashlyn Bryant.
Ashlyn's on trial for the murder of her two year old daughter, Tasha, but the evidence is all circumstantial. Writing a book based on the live trial is supposed to bring Mercer back to her job as a reporter. The gruesomeness of the photographic evidence and the defendant's tall tales replacing truth has Mercer questioning everything in her own life.

I found the constantly changing 'truth' very frustrating. I wanted to grab Ashlyn and shake her, especially when she began to mess with Mercer's head.

I only rated this 4/5 because it wasn't a comfortable story to read even though it was so well written it made me dislike the characters so intensely that it probably deserves a 5.

JCLGreggW Jun 15, 2018

A damaged journalist, recovering from her family’s car accident, covers a Casey Anthony-style murder trial – and gets personally involved with the defendant. An enthralling novel that works as a legal thriller, an investigative procedural, and a psychological thriller, all at once.

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