Trust A Stranger

Trust A Stranger

by

, reviewed-by-me, 2020, didn-t-like, arc, Thriller

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Title:Trust A Stranger
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Trust A Stranger Reviews

  • Sue

    The writing wasn’t that great. It seemed amateurish. ...

  • Paula

    Mary is married to Nick, an abusive control freak. He has Mary completely isolated and downtrodden. He comes home one day to tell Mary he is leaving her for a 19 year old. Mary gets counselling and is...

  • Linda

    Mary is an abused wife, down beaten and mistreated by her husband, until he sweet talks a 19 yr old and walks out, leaving Mary with an empty bank account. She has no family or friends to confide in, ...

  • Carly Flis

    I absolutely hate leaving bad reviews about anything, but sometimes I have to. While the book was promoted as a psychological thriller. it takes a sharp turn into a romance story. I expected the main ...

  • Teresa Angel

    Ruby is the friend that in the beginning you enjoy but then it becomes too much work to maintain the friendship. Mary needed someone in her life to help her through the end of a difficult marriage and...

  • Molly

    Is it really coincidence when an abusive husband goes missing after doing some heinous things to his ex? Is there more to the friend who intervenes on her behalf? Recovering from various types of abus...

  • Kristi

    Thrills and chills, twists and turns, suspense and mystery keep you glued to the pages. You find yourself sitting on the edge of your seat as you turn the pages waiting to see what happens next. The s...

  • Michelle

    Mary has had some rough years due to an abusive husband and when he finally leaves her she is left with no self worth. When she becomes friends with Ruby an elderly woman on the subway she thinks thin...

  • Michelle Flanagan

    Started off great, then fizzled I really enjoyed the story at first, but it got downright convoluted and ridiculous at the end with Ruby being able to hold Mary hostage as well as many other women bef...

  • Sharon

    This book does a brilliant job of reinforcing the fact that you never really know someone. It’s a superb psychological thriller that held me captive from the get-go. Each page was an adventure as I ...