In Sophie McKenzie's You Can Trust Me, when you read this thriller, you'll be at the edge of your seat. For Livy Jackson, when she found her best friend Julia dead in her flat, she didn't believe she committed suicide and take it to heart. Now it was up to her to look for clues into her life, which bridged her closer to the truth of her sister Kara's killer, 18 years ago. While she dealt with her suspicious doubts on her husband's Will infidelity again, she came closer to the truth on who was behind it all, when it was someone she knew and once trusted with a shocking climax in the ending.
This was a heart-pounding and mind-blowing thriller. I cared about Livy and her family. I felt sorrow for Julia and those who were involved. I thought Paul was a real creep, right up to the end as a sicko. I loved the vast English locations for the settings in this novel. This would keep you at the edge of your seat from start to finish with every turn of the page. Great drama, excellent suspense and intrigue, and plenty of nail-biting non-stop action, too.
Will you check it You Can Trust Me today? If so, pick up a copy!
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