Review of “Don’t Trust Me”, by Jessica Lynch

A suspenseful story about a small town hidden away with little to no communication besides walkie talkies. The sherif and her deputies are not used to crime or murder, but they have to figure out who murdered the outsider that was stuck in town with his wife because of a storm and a flat tire.

I really liked this story and trying to work out who the murderer was. I thought it was pretty easy to figure out, but boy was I wrong! I loved the twists and suspense in this story and would love to read more about the small town of Hamlet and it’s residents.

The characters were so easy to read and like. They jumped off the page at me. The murderer was the last person I thought it would be and I really liked that. The fact that it was not easy or simple to figure out who was murdering outsiders or taking shots at people made the story so much better to read. I love a great mystery and crime story and this book really kept my interest and the pages turning.

I give this book a 5 star review and really look forward to reading more by Jessica Lynch and Hamlet.


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