How far would you go to punish the wicked?…#Review #PsychologicalThriller #TrustNoOne @keribeevis @Bloodhoundbook

Today I am sharing my review on its publication day for Trust No One by Keri Beevis, published by Bloodhound Books.

Book Details

Trust No One by Keri Beevis
Release Date: 16th of November 2020
Format: Kindle
Print Length: 404 pages
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: Bloodhound Books
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Book Blurb

A long, long time ago, you did a bad, bad thing. And now it’s time to pay.

When Olivia Blake receives a note, she thinks someone is playing a prank on her, until she is lured to an empty house where she witnesses a man burning to death. Then she realises that the threat is serious. The problem is, Olivia doesn’t know what it is she is supposed to have done. 

As she tries to find out who is tormenting her, someone watches her from the shadows. Someone who knows the truth about a tragic accident that happened years ago. And that someone won’t stop until every one of the sinners has paid.

An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. When it comes to punishing the wicked, there will be no mercy…

Oh my goodness, once again Keri Beevis has totally blown my mind with one of her books! Trust No One, is the fourth book I have reviewed of hers this year, that’s right people, the fourth!, and it is another outstanding piece of work! As is always the case with a book written by Keri Beevis, make sure you have nothing else to do, as you will be unable to tear yourself away from it.

This story is on fire, literally and it held me hostage from start to finish. The plot drew me in immediately and Keri Beevis has again dug deep into that wicked mind of hers and has crafted a very dark tale, not for the faint hearted. It is twisted, shocking, compelling and one I could not get enough of! 

The cast of characters assembled, are a mix of likeable and detestable and have been very well developed. Everyone is fair game and I found myself second guessing each, never being able to be confident in my choice of culprit. Keri Beevis knows how to get into, not just her character’s heads, but her readers too and she does a great job of messing with it!

What makes Keri Beevis a standout author to me is her ability to create stories that are always fresh and exciting. There is never a dull moment when reading her work and she makes you feel like you are discovering a new and extremely talented author each and every time. 

Trust No One is a fierce and thrilling read, that will take you on one heck of a a journey. It is one of revenge and the lengths some will go to in seeking it out. The writing is sharp, the narrative captivating and my only critique is the ending came too soon! What a brilliant read! It was a pleasure to read and review Trust No One, which I highly recommend.

Thank you to Keri Beevis and Bloodhound Books for allowing me to read an advanced copy of Trust No One, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

This review will be added to, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Amazon Australia & Amazon US. I will also add to NetGalley, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play, Barnes & Noble & Waterstones if available. As I am from Australia, I am unable to add to Amazon UK.

Let’s Get to Know Keri Beevis

Keri Beevis wrote her first novel at age twenty, but it was a further twenty years before she was published after winning a contract in the Rethink Press New Novels Competition 2012. 

Born in the village of Old Catton, less than a mile from where Anna Sewell was living when she wrote Black Beauty, Keri had a passion for reading and writing from a young age, though her tastes veered more to the macabre. 

Today she still lives in Norwich, along with her two naughty kitties, Ellie and Lola, and a plentiful supply of red wine (her writing fuel), where she writes a comedic lifestyle column for a local magazine. She loves Hitchcock movies, exploring creepy places, and gets extremely competitive in local pub quizzes. She is also a self-confessed klutz.

Keri joined the Bloodhound team in 2019 and her first release with them, the psychological thriller, Dying To Tell, which is set in her beautiful home county of Norfolk, has been her biggest success to date, with over 1200 four and five-star ratings on Goodreads.

She is now looking forward to the relaunch of her three earlier novels in 2020.

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  1. I need to read this one. November has been slow in some ways for me.