Trust Me

Trust Me

AngelaClarke / Sep 18, 2019

Trust Me What do you do if you witness a murder but no one believes you When Kate sees a horrific murder streamed live on her laptop she calls the police in a state of shock But when they arrive the video ha

  • Title: Trust Me
  • Author: AngelaClarke
  • ISBN: 9780008174644
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • What do you do if you witness a murder but no one believes you When Kate sees a horrific murder streamed live on her laptop, she calls the police in a state of shock But when they arrive, the video has disappeared and she can t prove anything Desperate to be believed, Kate tries to find out who the girl in the video could be and who her killer is.Freddie and Nas areWhat do you do if you witness a murder but no one believes you When Kate sees a horrific murder streamed live on her laptop, she calls the police in a state of shock But when they arrive, the video has disappeared and she can t prove anything Desperate to be believed, Kate tries to find out who the girl in the video could be and who her killer is.Freddie and Nas are working on a missing persons case, but tensions in the police force are running high and time is ticking When Kate contacts them, they are the only ones to listen and they start to wonder are the two cases connected Dark, gripping, and flawlessly paced, Trust Me is the brilliant third novel in the hugely popular social media murderer series.

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        Angela Clarke is an author, playwright, columnist, screenwriter and broadcaster Her debut crime thriller Follow Me was named s Rising Star Debut of the Month January 2016, longlisted for the Crime Writer s Association Dagger in the Library 2016, and shortlisted for the Dead Good Reader Page Turner Award 2016 Watch Me is the second instalment in the Social Media Murder Series Angela s memoir Confessions of a Fashionista is an Fashion Chart bestseller Her play, The Legacy, enjoyed its first run and rave reviews at The Hope Theatre in June 2015 She hosted the current affairs show Outspoken on Radio Verulam for six months in 2014, and has appeared on the BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4, BBC Three Counties and Her journalist contributions include The Guardian, Independent Magazine, The Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, and Writing magazine In 2015 Angela was awarded the Young Stationers Prize for achievement and promise in writing and publishing She volunteers with Womentoring, and the RSA Meet a Mentor scheme, and others, to help encourage and support marginalised artists into the industry A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Angela lives with her husband and far too many books.


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    1. Trust Me – Getting Better With Every BookHow would you feel if you went online, to Facebook and then watched someone being raped and possibly murdered, and you feel you are the only one to see it? You know you need to report it, but because the links have been deleted will the police believe you, what can you tell the them?DS Nasreen Cudmore and her friend and Police analyst Freddie Venton are investigating the Spice Road, on the dark web looking for clues about the drug dealing on there and t [...]


    2. What would you do if you were surfing live videos on the internet and saw someone being sexually assaulted? Would you ring the police? Would you convince yourself it must be fake? Would you expect anyone to believe you?Well Kate witnessed such a thing and she is struggling to get anyone to believe it, especially as there are no other reports, and the live stream and account were disabled very quickly afterwards. However there is just enough in the story for Freddie and Nas to take a look into it [...]


    3. This has been a brilliant series so far by Angela Clarke. She’s really tapped into the dark side of social media for all three novels now and I’ve really enjoyed the multimedia aspects that have been played out across all the books. Trust Me works well as a standalone but you will get so much more out of this book if you read the previous two books, especially as the relationship between Freddie and Nas is a complex and interesting one.What would do if you saw a crime committed on the intern [...]


    4. Really enjoyed this the 3rd in the Social Media Murder series. The crime elements are excellent but I'm mostly caught up in the interpersonal relationships of the group dynamic, especially the ebb and flow of the friendship between Freddy and Nas.Full review on Liz Loves Books for the publication next week.


    5. The force of Freddie Venton returns in the dynamic and unflinchingly gritty Trust Me.The technically homeless, romantically chaotic police consultant still fails to censor her thoughts before voicing them, meaning she remains a cause for concern to her school friend and semi-starched superior, Detective Sergeant Nasreen Cudmore, particularly since the momentously questionable use of a stationery cupboard.During their previous encounters they have been introduced to some very dark plac [...]



    6. I am new to this series, but have read many positive reviews and praise. I initially assumed Freddie and Nas were male characters (my bad!). It was a pleasant surprise to see two strong female leads, in a contemporary, police procedural, crime fiction novel. This made the novel feel much more realistic to me. My bestie is a detective. So whilst I know there maybe be fewer female detectives, there are still more than is often portrayed in crime fiction.The novel opens with Kate witnessing a savag [...]


    7. Trust Me thrusts the reader back into the lives of Detective Nas Cudmore and her childhood friend, and now colleague Freddie Venton. Two people. who are so very closely linked, by their work and through their shared history, yet are so very different in character.Whilst this book is the third in the Social Media Murders series, it does work very well as a standalone novel, although I'd urge readers to go back and read the first two in series to gain more insight into the past history that has sh [...]


    8. What do you do if you witness a murder…but no-one believes you?When Kate sees a horrific murder streamed live on her laptop, she calls the police in a state of shock. But when they arrive, the video has disappeared – and she can’t prove anything. Desperate to be believed, Kate tries to find out who the girl in the video could be – and who her killer is.Freddie and Nas are working on a missing persons case, but tensions in the police force are running high and time is ticking. When Kate c [...]


    9. I've thoroughly enjoyed Angela Clarke's Social Media Murders series so far and, although I found this one a little slower to start, it is another tense outing for Freddie and Nas.The characters - new and old - are good, it's quite creepy and genuinely scary in places, and quite sad too, but there are also some light-hearted moments to lift the mood, usually courtesy of Freddie! I really hope there is more to come in this series.Thank you to NetGalley and Avon Books UK for the ARC of Trust Me.


    10. Trust Me is the the third novel in Clarke's Social Media Murderer series and it is brilliant. It is gripping, immensely well paced and so well constructed it is compelling, exciting and unputdownable. Freddie and Nas are developing into very likeable, complex and engaging characters who have their flaws but also have their strengths, courage and bravery. I really enjoyed being back with them and watching the dynamics between them develop as well as learning more about them as people.To me, this [...]


    11. All reviews can be found on my blog at thewritinggarnet.wordpressEven though 'Trust Me' is the third book in the 'Social Media Murders' series, I found it relatively easy to keep up with the storyline, despite having not read the first book in the series. There are a lot of characters in this storyline, but given the nature of the investigation and how complex it seems to be, I would be rather shocked if it did contain less characters. At least this way, the investigation comes across more reali [...]


    12. This is book three of a series and as with all series books, although the main story is self-contained, to get the very best from the characters, especially with respect to their backstories and development, it is best to start from book one and read in order. The previous books have both been good and the characters within somewhat complex that I would recommend this course of action for this series more than most.As with the previous two books in this series, on completion of this one I went b [...]


    13. Trust Me is the third novel in Angela Clarke's social media series, and as always this author manages to send a chill down my spine when I consider what could happen to anyone who partakes in social media of any kind on a daily basis.Kate is watching videos being live streamed online when she witnesses a horrific sexual attack on a young girl that culminates in violence. Kate is horrified and does what she considers to be the right thing by reporting the crime to the Police.However by the time t [...]


    14. Trust Me is the latest book from Angela Clarke and it reunites us with DS Nasreen Cudmore and Freddie Venton.Kate sees a horrific murder - witnessed live via a live video stream but the police don't seem to believe her and when the police eventually arrive the idea has disappeared. Nas and Freddie are working on a missing persons case and even Kate contacts them, they wonder if the cases could be linked. This book is tense and fast paced. I read it in just over a day and was drawn in from the fi [...]


    15. Trust Me is book three in the social media murder series set in London.It opens with a young girl, running scared. Late one night, Kate stumbles across something shocking via a live video upload on the internet. She reports the incident to the police, but when they follow it up, the video has been deleted; the incident is filed. Concerned no one is taking her seriously, Kate makes contact with the media and does a live interview.Cyber-crime chasers, Nasreen and Freddie, are working on a gang rel [...]


    16. While undertaking some online research for her work, Kate stumbles upon a live video which is seemingly showing a young woman being murdered. After calling the police, she discovers that the video has disappeared and that people are reluctant to take her seriously. How can she prove that this was not a figment of her imagination and that, somewhere, is a girl in need of help? Meanwhile, Sergeant Nasreen Cudmore and her friend Freddie Venton are working on a missing persons case - could the two i [...]


    17. The third Freddie and Nas thriller in Angela Clarke’s engaging Social Media murder series and this has been my favourite of the three.First the housekeeping, it is book 3 of a series so there are some references to past events. I have goldfish memory and can never remember character names so I can confirm that Trust Me *can* be read as a stand alone (or out of sequence). The author ensures that new (and forgetful) readers will not be disadvantaged when previous events are discussed as she nice [...]


    18. I awarded the previous two books in this series 5 stars, * (prior to checking) I have awarded this 4 stars. I don't think that's particularly fair. If I really had to justify my differentiation it would be because the previous two, especially the first, were so very different.Different because of the characters introduced, especially Freddie. And different because of the Social Media angle. By book 3, neither of these aspects are new and surprising. And, yet, part of the enjoyment of reading a s [...]


    19. This is the third book in the Social Media Murders series, and I swear the books are getting better and better. Whilst I enjoyed Follow Me, I thought Watch Me was even better and Trust Me certainly lived up to my expectations.It centres around Kate, Nasreen and Freddie. Kate was watching live videos on the internet and saw someone being sexually assaulted and then stabbed. Pretty gruesome, right? Kate immediately phones the police and they’re not sure she’s telling the truth. There were no r [...]


    20. With thanks to Netgalley and Avon books for this ARC in exchange for an open and honest review.One night school teacher Kate is watching a live video stream on Periscope. She is shocked to see a young woman in an empty room with two males. A voice in the background shouts 'like this post, get this to one thousand likes'. Then the young woman is glassed in the face and raped by one of the males, the other male can be heard in the background shouting 'hey'. Kate calls the police but they do not be [...]


    21. Trust Me is the third book in the social media series by Angela Clarke.Each of the novels have focused on the more worrying sides of social media. In this book, the site featured is Periscope. It is another that I have never used but one that I do understand. Sort of.This is a series that I am up to date with, an unusual occurrence for me with all the books that are published. I have enjoyed getting to know the characters, seeing them settle into their roles and changing their views as they lear [...]


    22. Trust me is the third instalment in the social media murders series and the first book I've read by this author. Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.I have to say from the minute I started reading this book I was gripped. The writing and plot are well executed and the two main female characters, Nasreen and Freddie, are incredibly likeable whilst being totally different in temperament and character. As this is the third book in the ser [...]


    23. Trust Me, having read both Follow me and Watch me and being a massive fan of Angela’s I had high hopes for this book.The Gremlin task force are investigating the Spice Road gangs, which Freddie has been incidental in investigating with her online investigations. When Kate comes to her having seen a girl raped and killed on by watching a live stream, Freddie is automatically drawn to the investigation. Once it gains media attention more people come forward having watched the live stream and an [...]


    24. I came across Angela Clark by accident and I am so very pleased I did, I’ve spent many a happy hour curled up lost in one of her books. If you have never read her, you don’t know what you have missed.This is the third in the Social Media Murders series and it’s a cracker. The main characters in third book Freddie and Nas are believable because of the groundwork that has been put into the previous books. Freddie has a tendency to get caught up in cases and takes risks and sails close to the [...]


    25. Thank you to the publishers Avon Books UK and net galley for the arc in return for an honest review. I should start by saying that this is the first book I have read in this series, and my enjoyment may have been affected as a result. A very fast paced crime novel; this time the crime is a cyber crime and is very topical, as we live more and more of our lives on the internet, and the book attempts to explore the risks that we all face. However, I found that the behaviours and reactions of the ch [...]


    26. I have read the previous two books in the Social Media series so I was really delighted to see that there was another one ready to be read.People often mindlessly scroll through videos online. What they don't expect is to witness a murder- & a particularly brutal one at that. Kate can't get it out of her head, but the police don't seem to be taking her seriously- until Freddie gets hold of the story and as usual can't let it go.One of the big strengths of this series is the interaction betwe [...]


    27. What can I say the third book in the Social Media Series and they just keep getting better. Naz and Freddie are back and once again a great read and a great partnership. I am pleased that they may have been picked up for a TV series and I hope they cast the right people. Nice short chapters to keep the pace moving and a great few twists and turns to keep the plot moving Once again right on the nail with social media and people logging onto a live stream of a possible murder. REALLY gripping.Ange [...]


    28.                                                                             Trust Me by Angela Clarke Title: Trust Me Author: Angela ClarkeFirst Published in the UK: 2017Publishers: AvonPrice on Kindle: 2.99 Paperback: 3.99 Pages: 400 ISBN: 0008174644This is the third book in the social media murder series. I was so excited for this book to come out i really couldn't wait. I loved the first two in the series, i could [...]


    29. This book really didn't do it for me. The blurb for it seemed very good but I found the actual book quite slow with to many characters n it, particularly those trying to solve the crime and I got confused as to who was who. It did open my eyes to what children can see on the social media and what is put on it and how carefully as a parent you need to monitor them. I didn't particularly like any of the characters in this book and found it quite hard work to read.


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