Trust Me

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Penguin Publishing Group, Apr 6, 2010 - Fiction - 400 pages
The new thriller from the bestselling author of Collision

Luke Dantry works anonymously from his computer, a mild academic hired by a Washington think tank to bring out Internet extremists who vent online. It's an incendiary network of rage0filled, mentally suspect, and mostly impotent loners he calls the Night Road. But if Luke thought his identity was safe, he was wrong. The Night Road is more organized and dangerous than he imagined. And they aren't the only ones who've been watching him.

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User Review  - PamelaReads - LibraryThing

Trust ME, do not waste your time! I picked this one up from my library blind, like I sometimes do when I'm waiting for my holds to come in. I choose a random letter and pick up whatever book is first ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tropic_of_Cancer - LibraryThing

Jeff Abbott knows how to keep the reader in suspense and intrigued, craving for answers...until some point of the book. I enjoyed reading this book, it was better than what I thought it would be and ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Jeff Abbott is the nationally bestselling, award-winning author of six novels of mystery and suspense. His novels have been called "exciting, shrewd, and beautifully crafted" (Chicago Tribune), "fresh, original...intricately woven" (Publishers' Weekly), and "excellent" (South Florida Sun-Sentinel).

His novels include the USA Today bestseller and Anthony Award nominee, A Kiss Gone Bad; the Agatha and Macavity Award winner, Do Unto Others; The Only Good Yankee; Promises of Home; and Distant Blood. Black Jack Point was released in September, 2002 by NAL, a division of Penguin, and has been nominated for an Edgar Award. Cut and Run was released by NAL in November 2003. Panic, Abbott's first hardcover thriller, was released by Dutton in August 2005.

A fifth-generation Texan, he spent his childhood in Austin and Dallas with parents and grandparents who loved to tell stories.

He lives in Austin with his wife and two sons.

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