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This program includes a bonus interview with the author.

"Grief and deception are at the helm of Hank Phillippi Ryan’s latest thriller, Trust Me, in which a crime writer and an accused criminal’s lives collide, as they come to discover that no one can be trusted, not even oneself." (Mary Kubica, New York Times best-selling author of The Good Girl)

Trust Me is the chilling stand-alone audiobook of psychological suspense and manipulation that award-winning author and renowned investigative reporter Hank Phillippi Ryan was born to write.

An accused killer insists she's innocent of a heinous murder. 

A grieving journalist surfaces from the wreckage of her shattered life. 

Their unlikely alliance leads to a dangerous cat-and-mouse game that will leave you breathless. 

Who can you trust when you can't trust yourself?

©2018 Hank Phillippi Ryan (P)2018 Macmillan Audio

Ce que les critiques en disent

"Mesmerizing! Hank Phillippi Ryan has outdone herself in this taut thriller of damaged lives, uneasy alliances and deadly cat and mouse!" (Lisa Gardner)

"Beautifully written and masterfully structured, Trust Me grabs hold of your heart and takes you on an unstoppable ride to the very last page. Ryan brings her A-game to this novel of mystery, suspense and psychological drama." (Wendy Walker)

"Saskia Maarleveld's well-paced narration keeps listeners on the edge of their seats throughout the story's many twists and turns, psychological manipulation, and misdirection." (AudioFile Magazine)

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  • Au global
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so much whining

I feel that the book didn't go anywhere. i got no closure and was frustrated by the whining.

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  • Au global
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  • shelley
  • 2018-08-30

Excellent Psychological Suspense...

I've never read/listened to anything by this author before but am very pleased that I decided to try her new book.
The beginning of this book sounds as if the Casey Anthony trial was used as a template. The major difference is that the murdered child was found in the Boston Bay instead of a wooded area.
The protagonist (Mercer) is an author/journalist. She's been hired to write a book about the trial and conviction. But as with the Anthony trial, the antagonist (Ashlyn) is exonerated. Her publisher asks Mercer to allow Ashlyn to move in so they could coauthor a book telling the "real" story.
Mercer has recently lost her husband and daughter in a car accident and is very vulnerable. Ashlyn is a master at manipulation and story telling. She manages to turn Mercer's world upside down. For Mercer, none of that matters. She only wants to know if Ashlyn killed her own daughter.
Saskia Maarleveld does an excellent job narrating.
I HIGHLY RECOMMENDED this book.
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  • cashley84
  • 2018-09-07

Trust Me, I couldn't wait to put it down.

Trust Me had one thing going for it - the narrator. She was pretty good at her job and her voice wasn't annoying.

The book: The first four hours were about the horrific crime - a mother was on trial for murdering her child. The Journalist writing a story about the crime (the narrator) was struggling with the loss of her husband and daughter in a car accident the year before the case. This made the first 4 hours the saddest, most heart wrenching hours ever. After that it picked up a bit, but the "twists" as everyone describes them, left me disappointed.

The book is full of heart aches and manipulation, beginning to end.

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  • cristina
  • 2019-05-22

Waste of time

I kept waiting for this book to go somewhere. It did not. Half the time you’ll find yourself wanting to slap the protagonist. She is that gullible! First and last book by this author for me.

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  • Sandy Edwards
  • 2019-09-23

Not a fan

If not for Saakia’s beautiful voice, I would have quit this had I been reading vs listening.

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  • KykyD303
  • 2018-11-27

really good story& performance

had a hard time getting into this one at first, but I'm glad I stuck with it. in fact, I couldn't stop thinking about it when I wasn't listening!

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  • PF
  • 2018-09-19

Psychological thriller.....

If this is a good example of a psychological thriller, then perhaps the genre is not for me. A large portion of the middle of the book tracks the subtle but distinct psychological transformations of the two main characters - fascinating for some; belabored for others. Suspension of logic (perhaps that is what makes it a psychological thriller?) allows the plot to move forward at a lethargic pace. Perhaps I would've enjoyed this book more had I read it instead of listened to it. Narration, however, is first rate - subtle voice changes, emotion, etc - all excellent. Only reason I finished the book.

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  • Kelly
  • 2018-09-02

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took 5 chapters and streached them into 85.
It was predictable and repetitive.
how many times can you say Ashton in one book.

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  • eh chaponis
  • 2020-11-26

Trust Me

Absolutely stunning mystery thriller, one of the best I’ve ever read. I cannot wait for the next book by Ms. Ryan. Excellent! 10 stars ⭐️

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  • Gabby
  • 2019-10-13

Loved it

I really enjoyed this book so much that I’m going to listen to The Murder List next.
This book starts off strong and then it gets a little long winded 3/4 of the way but the ending is worth the wait. I can’t wait to tell my book club.

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  • Miss P
  • 2019-09-29

Disappointed

Too long, too repetitive, misleads take you to a disappointing ending with no real resolution to the primary plot. The first section was a great build but fell through when the two main characters came together. I ended up scanning several chapters of constantly repeated conversations, and honestly, didn't care about either character by the 60th chapter.