Trust Her

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Little, Brown Book Group Limited, Sep 11, 2018 - Deception - 384 pages

A twisty, gripping story of lies, obsession and revenge that will have you wondering who to believe until the last page.

It wasn't just that I didn't like her. I didn't trust her.

Charlotte is a people pleaser - she can't help but go the extra mile. So when she stumbles upon an unconscious man one night, it's only natural that she wants to help.

Brought into the arms of the victim's loving family, she sees at once how much they need her. But while his parents happily welcome her into the fold, his sister is another story. It's not just that Rebecca doesn't like Charlotte, she clearly doesn't trust her either.

But the more time Charlotte spends in Rebecca's company, the more she suspects she's the one with something to hide. And if Charlotte is to protect this family - and herself - she'll need to do whatever she can to find out what that is . . .

What readers are saying about TRUST HER:

'Becomes more complex with every chapter'

'Fast paced and intriguing'

'The characters felt very real and believable'

'Twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the very end'

'Excellent . . . I would highly recommend this book to anyone!'

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About the author (2018)

Jessica Vallance grew up in Bournemouth and studied law at Sussex University. On finishing her degree, she decided that writing was more up her street and got a job as a scriptwriter for an educational media company. She still writes educational material on a freelance material, but now writes fiction too. Jessica's first novel for young adults, Birdy, has been optioned for film by Loop, and she has since written three more novels for young adults. In 2017, Jessica made her debut in adult fiction with her thriller, Trust Her. Someone Else's House is her second psychological thriller.


Jessica lives in Sussex with her partner and their dog.

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