Trust Me is book three in the social media murder series set in London.
It opens with a young girl, running scared.
Late one night, Kate stumbles across something shocking via a live video upload on the internet. She reports the incident to the police, but when they follow it up, the video has been deleted; the incident is filed. Concerned no one is taking her seriously, Kate makes contact with the media and does a live interview.
Cyber-crime chasers, Nasreen and Freddie, are working on a gang related case when they are named as police contacts by Kate in her TV appeal. More witnesses to the video come forward; now, the case is taken seriously. Freddie uses her investigative journalist and social media skills to search for leads. Not afraid to bend rules, she is the polar opposite of Nasreen who does her police…
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