BLOG TOUR TRUST ME BY ANGELA CLARKE

What do you do if you witness a critical,  but no one believes you?

When Kate sees a horrific attack streamed live on her laptop,  she calls the police in a state of shock. But when they arrive,  the video had disappeared – and she can’t prove anything.  Desperate to be believed,  karen tries to find out who the girl in the video could be – and who attacked her.

DS Nasreen Culmore and her friend Fredie bentonite are working on a missing persons case, but the trail has gone cold . When Kate Con texts them , they are the only ones to listen and they start to wonder-could Kate be next on the attackers list?

Firstly a big thank you to sabhar at Avon for my copy to review which also came with a signed card.

I have followed Angela from day one of discovering her books .

Each book is great to be back with Freddie and Nasreen and we get to discover more about them .

Trust me is book 3 in the social media murders and it’s a series which is fresh unique and incredibly dark.

In today’s society governed by technology and specifications the Internet this series is so relevant.

As a mum they are disturbing to read but vital to be aware of the dangers .

This is fast paced unpredictable and chilling .

Addictive reading for this summer published 15th June

Following in the theme of summer reads here is a list of Angela’s recommended hot books .

It’s summer, which means it’s time for holidays. And, more importantly, holiday reading. Here’s a selection of the latest must read sizzling thrillers I’ll be enjoying with a garish cocktail by the pool this year. Lather on the sun cream, you ain’t going to be moving for a while!

 

Blood Tide by Claire McGowan (17th March). Forensic psychologist Paula Maguire returns to investigate a missing couple on a remote island, but as a storm approaches she realises she is trapped with the hostile islanders and a killer as the blood tide rushes in.

 

The Lies Within by Jane Issac (2nd May). The Lies Within sees the return of DI Will Jackman to unravel a story of deception, family secrets and the ultimate betrayal.

 

An Act of Silence by Colette McBeth (June 29th). Linda Moscow is Home Secretary when she buries a scandal to save her son’s life, but years later the secret threatens to destroy them.

 

One Bad Turn by Sinead Crowley (June 1st). How could you hate another woman so much that you want to harm her child?

Her Husband’s Lover by Julia Crouch (15 June). She stole her husband. Now she wants to steal her life.

 

Sympathy for the Devil by William Shaw (4th May). It’s 1969: on a summer night, Brian Jones floats below the water of his swimming pool…

 

The Liar by Steve Cavanagh (18th May). Former con artist, turned lawyer, Eddie Flynn, is hired by the father of a missing girl, but who can Eddie really trust?

Crash Land by Doug Johnstone (4th May). When Finn meets the mysterious Maddie at Orkney Airport, one decision makes his life spiral out of control. Bad Blood by Brian McGilloway (18th May). In the week of the Brexit vote, DS Lucy Black investigates the murder of a young gay man, an attack on a Roma family and the arrival of a hate speech Pastor in the city.

The Betrayed by Casey Kelleher (21st June). Those closest to you don’t stab you in the back. Do they?

 

They All Fall Down by Tammy Cohen (13th July). Hannah is a patient in a private psychiatric clinic where, she claims, there’s a serial killer on the loose. But who will believe

she’s telling the truth when she’s so adept at lying to herself?

 

 

Give Me The Child by Melanie McGrath (27th July). Caitlin is a specialist in child personality disorders but when her husband’s disturbed lovechild arrives on their doorstep Caitlin finds herself questioning everything she thought she knew about her family, her profession and herself.

Thanks for having me on the blog tour Avon and be sure to check out the other blogs taking part .

 

she’s telling the truth when she’s so adept at lying to herself?

 

 

Give Me The Child by Melanie McGrath (27th July). Caitlin is a specialist in child personality disorders but when her husband’s disturbed lovechild arrives on their doorstep Caitlin finds herself questioning everything she thought she knew about her family, her profession and herself.

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