Trust Me

Who can you trust if you can't trust yourself? Lizzie lives in the Lake District with her partner, Jonty, and his teenage son, Sam. Though she's only ten years older than her stepson, their set-up works. They are a family. Then Sam becomes sullen and withdrawn, and Lizzie suspects something sinister...
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Who can you trust if you can't trust yourself? Lizzie lives in the Lake District with her partner, Jonty, and his teenage son, Sam. Though she's only ten years older than her stepson, their set-up works. They are a family. Then Sam becomes sullen and withdrawn, and Lizzie suspects something sinister is going on. But no one will believe her. They think Lizzie is to blame. Are they right? Review: 'It's always a treat to discovered a talented debut author ... Did I say a treat and a pleasure? Trust Me was both' Promoting Crime. 'The characters were well-written [...] and the setting for the book provided a good back drop for the story. A good debut' Go Buy the Book. 'A very disturbing book that tackles a subject matter that is difficult to read and some want to turn a blind eye to, but this author has handled it well' Read Along With Sue. 'Her descriptions of the location captivated me from the very first paragraph, and drew me into the [characters'] lives. What intriguing lives they were!' Portable Magic. 'I just couldn't put it down! ... Refreshingly different to anything I've read in this genre for a while. I was hooked from start to finish' Rather Too Fond of Books. 'Just when I thought I had the whole story figured out, the author planted little seeds of doubt ... A thrilling, head-spinning and well-written read that will keep you guessing throughout' Cosmochicklitan. 'Had me gripped from the very start ... The tension builds beautifully, and the climax at the end is unexpected. It was a book I couldn't wait to get back to at the end of the day, to see what would unfold next' Sibzzreads. 'I love the way the author writes and how she depicts the characters' Rachel Bustin. 'A disturbing read. The subject matter is challenging, and the atmosphere that Zosia so cleverly creates is unnerving. There is a feeling of apprehension as you turn every page. You never quite know where the story is heading or when violence will erupt ... A very good and a very disturbing book' TripFiction. 'In an age where school grooming and paedophiles are in the news all the time, Trust Me is a worrying exploration of the blame game and how important it is to trust others' Roaring Bookworm. 'Full of suspense' The People. 'An intriguing and unsettling read' Jane Lythell. 'A wonderful story in a vivid, atmospheric setting' Claire McGowan. 'Brilliantly readable' Sunday Mirror.
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Who can you trust if you can't trust yourself? Lizzie lives in the Lake District with her partner, Jonty, and his teenage son, Sam. Though she's only ten years older than her stepson, their set-up works. They are a family. Then Sam becomes sullen and withdrawn, and Lizzie suspects something sinister is going on. But no one will believe her. They think Lizzie is to blame. Are they right? Review: 'It's always a treat to discovered a talented debut author ... Did I say a treat and a pleasure? Trust Me was both' Promoting Crime. 'The characters were well-written [...] and the setting for the book provided a good back drop for the story. A good debut' Go Buy the Book. 'A very disturbing book that tackles a subject matter that is difficult to read and some want to turn a blind eye to, but this author has handled it well' Read Along With Sue. 'Her descriptions of the location captivated me from the very first paragraph, and drew me into the [characters'] lives. What intriguing lives they were!' Portable Magic. 'I just couldn't put it down! ... Refreshingly different to anything I've read in this genre for a while. I was hooked from start to finish' Rather Too Fond of Books. 'Just when I thought I had the whole story figured out, the author planted little seeds of doubt ... A thrilling, head-spinning and well-written read that will keep you guessing throughout' Cosmochicklitan. 'Had me gripped from the very start ... The tension builds beautifully, and the climax at the end is unexpected. It was a book I couldn't wait to get back to at the end of the day, to see what would unfold next' Sibzzreads. 'I love the way the author writes and how she depicts the characters' Rachel Bustin. 'A disturbing read. The subject matter is challenging, and the atmosphere that Zosia so cleverly creates is unnerving. There is a feeling of apprehension as you turn every page. You never quite know where the story is heading or when violence will erupt ... A very good and a very disturbing book' TripFiction. 'In an age where school grooming and paedophiles are in the news all the time, Trust Me is a worrying exploration of the blame game and how important it is to trust others' Roaring Bookworm. 'Full of suspense' The People. 'An intriguing and unsettling read' Jane Lythell. 'A wonderful story in a vivid, atmospheric setting' Claire McGowan. 'Brilliantly readable' Sunday Mirror.
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