Earl Javorsky’s novel, Trust Me is rich in twisted threads. It is dark and haunting as the reader follows Jeff Fenner through a journey to beat his addictions. He hears of his sister’s suicide and knows something is not right. She would never kill her self, nor would she ever willingly take any drugs as the autopsy report stated was in her system.
Javorsky has many hidden quips throughout the novel that are fun to find and fun to laugh along with. Such as the SOL membership club, as modern day slang would state is Sh*t Outta Luck, but stands for Save Our Lives. An unfortunate acronym for the club, but befitting as to the state of its members lives.
At the heart of the story is a way to show that addiction can be conquered and redemption is possible. However, it also shows that trusting in the wrong person can have deadly consequences. There are predators in every aspect of life, even the self-help community aimed to better people’s lives.
This story has many intersecting threads of character’s personal stories that intertwine. Keeping to the thought that distinct separate circles can cross over.
It keeps the reader’s attention to turn the page and find out the “how’s” and “why’s” and will the team after the killer be in time to thwart another murder.
The darkness comes in twofold when some inner workings of the drug world are exposed and a creepy glimpse into the mind of a psychopath comes to light. After the last page is turned and all loose ends are tied, the story promises are met and the reader takes a deep breath, you are left to ponder what the hell just happened. It’s that good of a story! It’s that good of a ride!
Be sure to check out Javorsky’s debut novel Down Solo and his other work by visiting his website at http://earljavorsky.com/
To see other works of Javorsky by the publisher The Story Plant please visit: http://thestoryplant.com/our-authors/earl-javorsky/
FTC Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this title by the publisher The Story Plant for review purposes only, no other compensation was awarded.