#BookReview Don’t Trust Her by Cathryn GrantDon't Trust Her by Cathryn Grant
Published by Inkubator Books on October 1, 2023
Genres: Psychological Thrillers
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Parker had the perfect marriage. Then Eden came home.

Twenty years have passed since Dylan’s beloved sister, Celeste, was brutally murdered. Now he plans an anniversary memorial for the sister he misses to this day.

When their childhood friend, Eden, comes home to attend the memorial, Dylan invites her to stay with him and his wife, Parker.

But Parker is apprehensive. She remembers a time when Eden had designs on her husband, and she worries she still carries a torch for him. Her fears seem confirmed when Eden openly flirts with Dylan and captivates their pre-teen daughter.

As Parker desperately tries to hasten Eden’s departure, Dylan resists, fondly remembering the time they spent as childhood friends. And when Eden brings up questions about who murdered Celeste, Parker’s fears only escalate. She thinks her husband’s mental health could suffer if Eden keeps digging.

Can Parker get rid of Eden before she destroys her family? And why has Eden really come back to town? As the two old friends circle each other, past secrets are revealed and they find themselves hurtling into a vortex of unimaginable pain and terror.

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My Thoughts

I highly recommend “Don’t Trust Her” by Cathryn Grant to anyone who enjoys psychological thrillers. The author builds suspense throughout the book with well-developed characters and plot twists that keep you guessing until the very end. It’s a real page-turner that explores the themes of trust and betrayal in a unique and intriguing way.

Thank you to NetGalley and Inkubator Books for allowing me to read and review this book.


About Cathryn Grant

Cathryn is the author of over thirty psychological suspense novels including the ALEXANDRA MALLORY series, featuring a sociopath you can’t help but love. Readers have called the series “addictive”.

The things that cause torment in real life—obsession and revenge, guilt and envy and longing—are endlessly fascinating in fiction and she never grows tired of writing stories about characters struggling to overcome the worst.

Cathryn also writes ghost stories because who knows what lies beyond our senses—The Haunted Ship Trilogy and the Madison Keith series of novellas.

When she’s not writing, she’s usually reading, walking on the beach, or playing golf, going way out of her way to avoid hitting her ball in the sand or the water. She lives on the Central California Coast with her husband and her cat, Cleopatra.