Memories of Murder in Trust No One

Trust No OneJerry Grey remembers murdering a woman and freely confesses his guilt until he is reminded that he’s actually remembering one of the plots to his books. Jerry was a writer until early onset dementia ended his career, and lately he has trouble remembering the difference between the stories from his books and real life or is he?

Jerry isn’t sure if it’s the dementia because he keeps thinking he actually committed the murders, or could someone else be influencing his memories of murder. Jerry knows something is wrong and tries to work though the haze in his mind to find the truth in Trust No One by Paul Cleave. This psychological thriller cleverly moves from the past through Jerry’s journals to the present as Jerry discovers that the present is as dangerous as the past.

Christina Callison has been blogging about books for the library’s website since 2006. She has read hundreds of books that include mysteries, fantasies, horror, thrillers, non-fiction, general fiction, and some science fiction. She continues with her goal of finding new books and authors to recommend.