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Everyone makes mistakes. Not everyone deserves a second chance. Sarah Jessop has a troubled past. Born to drug addict parents, she was fostered and then adopted as a child.Now an adult, and a doctor, Sarah finds herself looking into the murder of her foster sister, Tamsin, a little girl who disappeared in 1992, and whose body has recently been discovered.As Sarah gets c Everyone makes mistakes. Not everyone deserves a second chance. Sarah Jessop has a troubled past. Born to drug addict parents, she was fostered and then adopted as a child.Now an adult, and a doctor, Sarah finds herself looking into the murder of her foster sister, Tamsin, a little girl who disappeared in 1992, and whose body has recently been discovered.As Sarah gets closer to the truth, the killer will stop at nothing to protect themself and dispose of anyone who gets in their way. Caught in the killer’s web of deceit, who can Sarah trust? Lisa Sell is also the author of the bestselling crime mystery, Hidden. Trust is a gripping crime mystery full of twists and turns which will keep you turning the pages. If you are a fan of authors like Louise Jensen, Rachel Abbott and Heidi Perks then you'll love this unmissable mystery.


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Everyone makes mistakes. Not everyone deserves a second chance. Sarah Jessop has a troubled past. Born to drug addict parents, she was fostered and then adopted as a child.Now an adult, and a doctor, Sarah finds herself looking into the murder of her foster sister, Tamsin, a little girl who disappeared in 1992, and whose body has recently been discovered.As Sarah gets c Everyone makes mistakes. Not everyone deserves a second chance. Sarah Jessop has a troubled past. Born to drug addict parents, she was fostered and then adopted as a child.Now an adult, and a doctor, Sarah finds herself looking into the murder of her foster sister, Tamsin, a little girl who disappeared in 1992, and whose body has recently been discovered.As Sarah gets closer to the truth, the killer will stop at nothing to protect themself and dispose of anyone who gets in their way. Caught in the killer’s web of deceit, who can Sarah trust? Lisa Sell is also the author of the bestselling crime mystery, Hidden. Trust is a gripping crime mystery full of twists and turns which will keep you turning the pages. If you are a fan of authors like Louise Jensen, Rachel Abbott and Heidi Perks then you'll love this unmissable mystery.

30 review for Trust

  1. 4 out of 5

    Linda Strong

    Sarah has a trust issue. She's with a man she's known for years and loves with all her heart, but she just can't commit to him. She was born to drug addicted parents, went into foster care and then was adopted ... not an ideal childhood. She's done well for herself, became a doctor, and now, along with her best friend, she's looking into the disappearance of her foster sister, who disappeared 10-plus years ago. Just recently the 6-year-old's remains were found buried and inside a suitcase. As Sara Sarah has a trust issue. She's with a man she's known for years and loves with all her heart, but she just can't commit to him. She was born to drug addicted parents, went into foster care and then was adopted ... not an ideal childhood. She's done well for herself, became a doctor, and now, along with her best friend, she's looking into the disappearance of her foster sister, who disappeared 10-plus years ago. Just recently the 6-year-old's remains were found buried and inside a suitcase. As Sarah gets closer to the truth, the killer will stop at nothing to protect themselves and dispose of anyone who gets in their way. This is a complex, well paced plot, with different voices telling the story of the past and present. It's a story of love, hate, revenge, justice, forgiveness, and trust. The ending is explosive .... and unpredictable. Many thanks to the author / Bloodhound Books for the digital copy of this psychological thriller. Read and reviewed voluntarily, opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adele Shea

    Lisa Sell has gone and done it again, how she manages to make you think you have solved the puzzle, 5 or 6 times over, yet you are completely wrong is just genius. I love books with peoples different points of view and then they merge into one at the end. Lisa gets you hooked to the point of obsession when it comes to reading her books. I WILL get it right in the next book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Bristow Harris

    “Trust” by Lisa Sells is her second psychological thriller. I found the writing quite stilted and there were far too many chapters for my liking I’m afraid. It took me a long time to get into the book as I didn’t connect with any of the characters. I’m sure this book will be enjoyed by many but it wasn’t a great hit with me unfortunately.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Holly Reynolds

    Having read a Lisa’s first book Hidden, I was eagerly awaiting her second book, and it does not disappoint. It starts at pace and doesn’t let up until the very end. There are twists and turns and just when you think you have it solved, you find out that there is more... it kept me guessing and I just love that in a book! All I can say is cancel all plans before you start this one, because once you start it, you’ll find it impossible to put down!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    This story is told from the perspectives of Red and Sarah Jessop. Two women whose lives took on two very different paths. Sarah, a now successful doctor came through the foster care system. Born to drug addict parents Sarah’s life was anything but normal until she met her foster family, the Lawson’s. A family that seemingly had it all; two sons and an adorable daughter, Tamsin. Their world is turned upside down in June 2002 when six year old Tamsin goes missing while at the park with her father. This story is told from the perspectives of Red and Sarah Jessop. Two women whose lives took on two very different paths. Sarah, a now successful doctor came through the foster care system. Born to drug addict parents Sarah’s life was anything but normal until she met her foster family, the Lawson’s. A family that seemingly had it all; two sons and an adorable daughter, Tamsin. Their world is turned upside down in June 2002 when six year old Tamsin goes missing while at the park with her father. Fast forward to present day and Sarah finds herself caught up in the middle of an investigation for the murder of her foster sister. Family secrets are starting to be reveled and Sarah is getting closer to the truth but she’s also putting herself in the sight of a killer that will stop at nothing to protect themselves. Whoa, can we talk about that ending?! No we can’t because that would be a spoiler. It’s so good I had to read the last chapter twice! This book kept me intrigued all the way through and had enough family secrets speckled throughout that you never knew what was coming next. Great read!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    What a read! Trust pulled me in right from the beginning, with its gripping story that maintained the tension until the end. Sarah, the protagonist, is a woman who is struggling to put her past behind her but is no less feisty for that. Together with her best friend, who is a mad, likable character, she is determined to find out what happened to her foster sister. I loved the chapters with the sinister Red, they kept me guessing all the way through, as her madness was slowly revealed, and I could What a read! Trust pulled me in right from the beginning, with its gripping story that maintained the tension until the end. Sarah, the protagonist, is a woman who is struggling to put her past behind her but is no less feisty for that. Together with her best friend, who is a mad, likable character, she is determined to find out what happened to her foster sister. I loved the chapters with the sinister Red, they kept me guessing all the way through, as her madness was slowly revealed, and I couldn’t wait to see how it would finish. I wasn't disappointed. With great characters and a gripping plot that keeps you turning the pages, it’s perfect for lovers of mystery and crime. Highly recommend.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shalini

    The book started off with a bang – discovery of a suitcase with bones inside, dug out from the bowels of earth. It was of a child Tamsin who had disappeared years ago, where the main character Sarah had been fostered. Her best friend Lily started investigating. My first book by author Lisa Sell, the story was told in dual POV of Sarah and woman called Red. The road of the investigation was winding but filled with repeated stumbles of twists and turns. I could feel the fury of the character Red wa The book started off with a bang – discovery of a suitcase with bones inside, dug out from the bowels of earth. It was of a child Tamsin who had disappeared years ago, where the main character Sarah had been fostered. Her best friend Lily started investigating. My first book by author Lisa Sell, the story was told in dual POV of Sarah and woman called Red. The road of the investigation was winding but filled with repeated stumbles of twists and turns. I could feel the fury of the character Red wanting her revenge. Her motives fueled the story further into the darkness. The author’s writing brought out the character’s obsessiveness. My attention had the tunnel vision, focusing only on the book. It was fun to see the young ladies getting to the truth, unmasking every layer of the lies cautiously. There was a lot of family bonding. Secrets are hurtful when revealed. That held true for this family. Each character had something hidden in the past. Short chapters made this a fast read, suspense made it more thrilling, the end reveal was twisted enough to make me laugh in glee.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Vina

    Slow.

  9. 5 out of 5

    marnie | once upon a time book reviews

    Having really enjoyed Lisa’s debut novel Hidden, which was released in 2019, I had been eagerly awaiting her followup. When I received an email from the publisher, offering me an advanced copy of her new novel, Trust for me to review, I jumped at the chance. When I was finished reading the book, there were two questions that I asked myself which were, was it worth the wait? and would I recommend this book to other readers? Read on to find out… Lisa has created a haunting tale where one’s families Having really enjoyed Lisa’s debut novel Hidden, which was released in 2019, I had been eagerly awaiting her followup. When I received an email from the publisher, offering me an advanced copy of her new novel, Trust for me to review, I jumped at the chance. When I was finished reading the book, there were two questions that I asked myself which were, was it worth the wait? and would I recommend this book to other readers? Read on to find out… Lisa has created a haunting tale where one’s families old wounds are reopened when the body of their daughter/sister (Tamsin, who was only six years old at the time.) is found years after her disappearance. Having gone through the years hoping that she would return back to them alive and well, their worlds are once again shattered when the cause of death is revealed as murder. The rest of the story follows Sarah, Tamsin’s foster sister, as she becomes caught up in the investigation. What she doesn’t know is that the killer is close by and they will do anything to make sure that the truth is never uncovered no matter what! There are a few characters in the story to get your head around, but each is significant. Lisa does a great job in making it clear who each one is by keeping them all involved throughout. There was never a time when I was reading the story that I had to go back and remind myself who each one was. This is always one of my concerns when reading a book with so many characters, but Lisa instantly set my mind at ease by having each chapter as the characters name as to who’s the point of view you were going to be reading from. Unless part of a series, I really don’t like to compare an author’s previous novel to the latest one. The exception to my rule though is when the previous novel is a debut. I like to look back and take note of how I viewed the author as a first-time writer, to how I view them now as a second-time writer. In Lisa’s case, my first impression was she did a great job at captivating the reader, which is so important. I am pleased to say that for her sophomore novel, this hasn’t changed. What I did find that has changed this time round from Hidden, was that Lisa showed more confidence, which just shines so brightly through her writing. She doesn’t play it safe this time and takes the story and runs with full steam ahead, there is no stopping her once she starts. This is evident right from chapter one. Just a side note, if you are a reader that checks how many chapters there are in a book and if this forms part of your decision to read it, don’t be put off by the 164 chapters that are in this story. Lisa moves through them at lightning speed and each one is short, snappy and leaves you wanting more. What I also really enjoyed about Trust is how there is no time for you to be complacent. When you think you have it figured out, you really have no idea at all. On many occasions, Lisa does let you think you’ve got it, only to pull out the rug from under you as she steps it up another notch and leads you into another direction. Each time this happened and a new twist was thrown in, I could almost imagine Lisa on the sidelines chanting in an annoying voice of a child saying na na na na na! In the end, I had to admit defeat and just let Lisa take control, which she does in spectacular fashion with a twist to end all twists that I did not see coming! So, to loop back to my two questions, was it worth the wait? and would I recommend this book to other readers? I have this answer to both…Hell yes!! Trust is a breathtaking piece of work that will get under your skin and stay with you long after you read the final page. It was an absolute pleasure to read and review Trust which I highly recommend and is a strong contender to be part of my top books for 2020. Thank-you to Heather Fitt from Bloodhound Books for inviting me to be part of the publication day celebrations and for providing me with a free copy of the Trust ebook which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily. If you like this review please visit my blog for more https://onceuponatimebookblog.com

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Matheson

    Dr Sarah Jessop is a woman who has not had the easiest upbringing and is about to have to revisit her youth when the body of a missing child from those years is discovered in a suitcase in a field. The body is that of a young girl who just happens to be the sister of her partner and daughter of her ex foster parents. Joining forces with her old best friend Lily, they set out to trace who murdered Tamsin and why. The story starts off introducing us to lots of characters which initially can muddy t Dr Sarah Jessop is a woman who has not had the easiest upbringing and is about to have to revisit her youth when the body of a missing child from those years is discovered in a suitcase in a field. The body is that of a young girl who just happens to be the sister of her partner and daughter of her ex foster parents. Joining forces with her old best friend Lily, they set out to trace who murdered Tamsin and why. The story starts off introducing us to lots of characters which initially can muddy the water for the reader however it is just setting all the scenes and although as the reader, you "know" who the killer is from the beginning, you are only given a name! The chapters are all short which makes reading the story a quick one as you want to read 'just another chapter' and so keep turning the pages. And when you think you have it all figured out, Lisa turns everything upside down with the ending. Great book and would recommend it. Thanks to Bloodhound Books for the ARC to review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jayne McCracken

    Loved this book it gripped me from beginning to end a real psychological twister

  12. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Duke-Wyer

    Far too many characters to keep track of - then let's complicate it a bit more and change some names. Really didn't like it. Huge apologies to the author. Far too many characters to keep track of - then let's complicate it a bit more and change some names. Really didn't like it. Huge apologies to the author.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kerry Richardson

    I finally managed to complete this book. I really struggled with it, it was very slow and boring with too many characters and sub plots. By the half way point I'd lost all interest but had already invested so much time in it I persevered to the end with great disappointment. I finally managed to complete this book. I really struggled with it, it was very slow and boring with too many characters and sub plots. By the half way point I'd lost all interest but had already invested so much time in it I persevered to the end with great disappointment.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Livia

    Sarah Jessop had an awful childhood..Born to drug addled parents..her early years were made up of memories she has put in a box and filed away at the back of her mind..When her birth mother does the one decent thing in her life ,Sarah is fostered by a lovely woman Mags,before being adopted by a couple who love her unconditionally. Now a doctor Sarah has found love with Hayden.This has caused a rift with Mags who is Hayden's mother.In 1992..Hayden's sister Tamsin a bright beautiful 6 year old wit Sarah Jessop had an awful childhood..Born to drug addled parents..her early years were made up of memories she has put in a box and filed away at the back of her mind..When her birth mother does the one decent thing in her life ,Sarah is fostered by a lovely woman Mags,before being adopted by a couple who love her unconditionally. Now a doctor Sarah has found love with Hayden.This has caused a rift with Mags who is Hayden's mother.In 1992..Hayden's sister Tamsin a bright beautiful 6 year old with a love of Dr.Who disappeared..It is something that has devastated the family.For Mags it's the thought of not knowing what happened to her child.When Tamsin's body is discovered after all these years..Sarah goes with Hayden to find out what happened to Tamsin..and to try and heal the rift with Mags.At Hayden's family home Sarah is glad to see her best friend in all the world Lily ..along with her daughter Freya.When Lily decides that she will work on the case on the quiet..at first Sarah tries to dissuade her..eventually Sarah agrees to help.They really have no idea just how Cold Cruel and Blackhearted some people can be ..As Sarah and Lily delve deeper into the past..who if anyone can they trust?..Trust starts with Truth and ends with Truth..and all that lies between here is A Quiet Seething Rage..covered in a Blanket of Evil..Twisted Crimson Red Storytelling...5 Stars...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ted Duke

    Second great book I read this week. Both required TRUST by the main character. No spoilers here. The action bounces, pay attention. The 13 year-old foster girl is in a safe place. Her new foster Mom loves her. The Dad smiles, but ignores her. One of the boy children is a PIA, the other fits with the foster child, quiet, studious. The baby sister, at 4 is perfect, everyone in the street loves her. The next-door-neighbor teenage girl (and only child) is blond, hyperactive and becomes a life-long fr Second great book I read this week. Both required TRUST by the main character. No spoilers here. The action bounces, pay attention. The 13 year-old foster girl is in a safe place. Her new foster Mom loves her. The Dad smiles, but ignores her. One of the boy children is a PIA, the other fits with the foster child, quiet, studious. The baby sister, at 4 is perfect, everyone in the street loves her. The next-door-neighbor teenage girl (and only child) is blond, hyperactive and becomes a life-long friend of the new arrival. She is flighty, but over the years you discover she is very smart. Okay. What happens. Our lovely foster girl gets adopted and pretty much loses contact with everyone except the blond. The foster girl becomes a Doctor and reunites with her friend from the foster home in an ER. Love follows, cautiously. BUT life is NEVER that easy in a fantastic story. It is a story of WHO can she trust. The boy now grown up? the blonde, now floundering around? Anyone? Read it, it's a story of twisting and turns and revelations and unexpected surprises. Not to be missed. Lisa Sell. The only reason that I didn't give it 5 stars is I read the last chapter. The story was over at the end of the previous chapter.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Rimmelzwaan

    Lisa Sell's second book, Trust, is a great piece of writing. It brings the question, how much can or should we trust the people around us? Sarah has had a hard life, her parents were drug addicts and she ended up going into the care system, first fostered and finally adopted. She has conquered all as an adult and has a fantastic career as a doctor. The only fly in the ointment in the present is the fact that she feels she needs to find out what happened to her foster sister who disappeared back Lisa Sell's second book, Trust, is a great piece of writing. It brings the question, how much can or should we trust the people around us? Sarah has had a hard life, her parents were drug addicts and she ended up going into the care system, first fostered and finally adopted. She has conquered all as an adult and has a fantastic career as a doctor. The only fly in the ointment in the present is the fact that she feels she needs to find out what happened to her foster sister who disappeared back in 1992 and whose body has just been found. As Sarah digs into the mystery it becomes pretty clear there is someone who isn't keen on her unravelling anything soon! Lisa has written a very interesting book in that she has used a duel narrative and we get to see things from both Sarah's and the actual murderers view. I loved the twisted darkness of the story and was kept guessing till the end! Thank you to Bloodhound Books and Lisa Sell for allowing me to read this ARC, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi Wagner

    This is a great edge sitting story that had me turning pages fast. I enjoyed the amount of suspense-thriller this author brought to the story. Her story is well developed as well as creative. The characters made the story feel real. I was pulled into the story from the beginning. Sarah didnt have the best of life growing up until she was adopted. As an adult she is now a doctor. She gets caught up in looking for her foster sisters killer. Will she be able to trust anyone? Page tuner story that I This is a great edge sitting story that had me turning pages fast. I enjoyed the amount of suspense-thriller this author brought to the story. Her story is well developed as well as creative. The characters made the story feel real. I was pulled into the story from the beginning. Sarah didnt have the best of life growing up until she was adopted. As an adult she is now a doctor. She gets caught up in looking for her foster sisters killer. Will she be able to trust anyone? Page tuner story that I highly recommend.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gina's Library

    Secrets never really stay a secret no matter how much we want them to. This book is all about secrets and trust. Who can you really trust in your life? The main story is about finding out what happened to young Tamsin. There are so many key players to this story. It’s not an open and shut case. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time wanting to find out the killer. I didn’t want to put the book down and was up way too late finishing it. No matter how much we try, our pasts stay with us and rea Secrets never really stay a secret no matter how much we want them to. This book is all about secrets and trust. Who can you really trust in your life? The main story is about finding out what happened to young Tamsin. There are so many key players to this story. It’s not an open and shut case. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time wanting to find out the killer. I didn’t want to put the book down and was up way too late finishing it. No matter how much we try, our pasts stay with us and really do affect our current lives. It’s a struggle to get past it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sandi

    Not sure how I feel about this one. Way too many characters, I had trouble remembering who was who and then an alternate name for a couple of them was just too much. The climax was a no for me, I like domestic thrillers because they're scary and they could happen to anybody. This doesn't ring true for me, on any level. Entirely too many sub-plots, and several consecutive chapters with different povs of a scene that I had already read about was confusing. On the other hand, I did like the premise Not sure how I feel about this one. Way too many characters, I had trouble remembering who was who and then an alternate name for a couple of them was just too much. The climax was a no for me, I like domestic thrillers because they're scary and they could happen to anybody. This doesn't ring true for me, on any level. Entirely too many sub-plots, and several consecutive chapters with different povs of a scene that I had already read about was confusing. On the other hand, I did like the premise, it just never followed through for me.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mel Mars

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. What a page page-turner, I simply could not put it down! Just when you think you know what's going on, Lis Sell surprises you (or maybe I need a second read and see if I missed some clues). Sarah, a young GP has commitment issues due to her traumatic upbringing. But she must confront her past to help her boyfriend when his sister's body is found years after her disappearance. As any good crime mystery, nothing is as it seems, and I loved every second of it! What a page page-turner, I simply could not put it down! Just when you think you know what's going on, Lis Sell surprises you (or maybe I need a second read and see if I missed some clues). Sarah, a young GP has commitment issues due to her traumatic upbringing. But she must confront her past to help her boyfriend when his sister's body is found years after her disappearance. As any good crime mystery, nothing is as it seems, and I loved every second of it!

  21. 5 out of 5

    S.L.

    Lisa has done it again, absolutely smashing! Trust is such a good crime thriller. It's got so many layers it's like a scary, exciting game of pass the parcel, just as you think you've finally reached the final layer there's another twist you didn't see coming. I'm pretty sure I said this about Hidden too but I would be interested in seeing a sequel! The characters have so much depth and the short, sharp chapters really keep up the pace of a great plot. Can't wait for Lisa's next book! Lisa has done it again, absolutely smashing! Trust is such a good crime thriller. It's got so many layers it's like a scary, exciting game of pass the parcel, just as you think you've finally reached the final layer there's another twist you didn't see coming. I'm pretty sure I said this about Hidden too but I would be interested in seeing a sequel! The characters have so much depth and the short, sharp chapters really keep up the pace of a great plot. Can't wait for Lisa's next book!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alistair Birch

    Whilst Lisa Sell may be a relatively new author, her second book has been an enjoyable read and I’m sure she has a bright future ahead. Definitely a writer who is worth following. Trust takes on some great characters both good and bad and peels back layers, revealing more as the story goes on. It is a great read especially as you get different perspectives and some twists.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Eleanor Nespica

    A real page turner If you like chilling, twisted villains, then Trust by Lisa Sell is the book for you. Full of twists and turns, this book held me until the end. I like this writing style: you know the villain, but you don't know the relationship with the victims. And just when you think you have it all figured out...well, you should read it. Everyone has secrets. A real page turner If you like chilling, twisted villains, then Trust by Lisa Sell is the book for you. Full of twists and turns, this book held me until the end. I like this writing style: you know the villain, but you don't know the relationship with the victims. And just when you think you have it all figured out...well, you should read it. Everyone has secrets.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Northwood

    Trust has all the best elements of a thrilling read. Great plot, suspenseful and twisty. We also have to wait to the end of the book for all the pieces to fall into place. I really enjoyed many of the characters too. For me the story was a slow burn in terms of engagement as it took some time to feel connected and invested but the second half of the story came in strong.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    Many years ago a 6 year old goes missing. There is a new investigation into her death by the police and also a family friend. Lots of people have something to hide. So many twists and turns in this book. I’m going to be thinking about this story for a while! My first book by this author and it won’t be my last.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Ok first of all I really liked the format. Each chapter had a character's name. I got sucked in quite quick in to the story. But blimey what about them twists and turns in the end ? I am still trying to get my head around it ! 4 well deserved stars from me. Ok first of all I really liked the format. Each chapter had a character's name. I got sucked in quite quick in to the story. But blimey what about them twists and turns in the end ? I am still trying to get my head around it ! 4 well deserved stars from me.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Shepherd

    How does Lisa do this, draw you in and so you think you have worked the ending out, several times in fact and I was wrong each time. Books with multiple strands which are pulled together at the end with great characters and a gritty storyline. Brilliant!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nicola

    Another great read from Lisa Sell. I really enjoyed the story but felt it really picked up about half way through and couldn't stop turning the pages. There were a few characters you didn't know whether to believe all of their story and the twists and turns were fab. Another great read from Lisa Sell. I really enjoyed the story but felt it really picked up about half way through and couldn't stop turning the pages. There were a few characters you didn't know whether to believe all of their story and the twists and turns were fab.

  29. 4 out of 5

    ElizrdbthSpeaks

    i know i have seen Lisa first book, but i didn't read it as of yet?? this is a great thriller/suspenseful read. great cover. secrets ... are they worth it really?? i think i would be able to read a book like this on the daily ... but every once in a while is good ... i know i have seen Lisa first book, but i didn't read it as of yet?? this is a great thriller/suspenseful read. great cover. secrets ... are they worth it really?? i think i would be able to read a book like this on the daily ... but every once in a while is good ...

  30. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Stellato

    A great book to read. It was surprising, twisted page-turning from start to finish. BRAVO!

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