Don’t Trust Me by Joss Stirling

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Joss Stirling is an award-winning writer for YA and adult market. She published her debut adult psychological thriller, Don’t Trust Me, in February 2018. Learn more about the author, her book, as well as ratings and reviews on the latter.

Joss Stirling is one of Julia Golding‘s two pen names, the other one being Eve Edwards. She is the winner of the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2015 for STRUCK – the first time the award has been given to a teen book.

Joss was born in London in 1969. She now lives in Oxford (UK) with her husband and their three children.

Holder of a doctorate in English literature from Oxford University, she has been a British diplomat and Oxfam policy adviser before she became a full-time writer.

Joss has now published over fifty books in genres ranging from historical adventure to fantasy. She is also the author of the internationally best-selling Finding Sky, Stealing Phoenix and Seeking Crystal, the first three books about the Benedict brothers, a family with extraordinary gifts. The stories combine her love for romance, mystery and travel – oh, yes and some seriously attractive heroes.

Readers demanded to know what happens to the remaining brothers so the next in the savant series, Misty Falls. Find out which Benedict brother meets his match! The story continues in Angel Dares – meet Joss’ most outrageous heroine yet! The series concludes with Summer Shadows.

A new YA series begins with Peril, the first in a new trilogy set in the near climate-changed future about Meri, a girl who can see a colour beyond normal human vision, and Kel, the boy who discovers her gift and knows what it means for his people. The story continues in Glow.

Today, let’s take a closer look at her debut adult psychological thriller, Don’t Trust Me, out in February 2018.


Does Jessica know what the truth is?
A stunning psychological debut with a shocking twist

When she arrives at work to discover every trace of the company she was working for has disappeared, Jessica’s life spirals into freefall.

Her romance with Michael, a celebrated criminologist is already in trouble. He is sick of her unpredictable behaviour and is convinced she is a fantasist. When his flat is burgled and precious belongings that remind him of his dead wife are stolen, he blames her.

Forced to prove her innocence, Jessica sets out to unravel the events of the last few months. But when she stumbles on a dead body, the lies, deceptions and betrayals that have dogged her whole life come back to haunt her.

Can anybody trust her?

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