Trust No One by Paul Cleave; 2015; $26.00; 342 pages; Atria Books, New York, NY; 978-1-4767-7917-1; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Rockwood; 7/22/17-7/29/17

Why did I read this? A coworker was reading it and knew I read mysteries and asked if I read it.  He wanted to talk about it, so I read it.

Mystery writer Jerry Grey, who writes as Henry Cutter is suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s and Dementia.  He is having trouble separating what happened in his books from real life and some one is taking advantage.  He keeps waking up away from the facility he has been parked in and in rooms with dead bodies and covered in blood.  It is somewhat disturbing trying to figure out what is real and what is not, I hope that I do not succumb to either of the diseases.

Grade-B, I figured out about halfway through the book who was taking advantage of Jerry’s misfortune.  Also I was severely disappointed in the ending of the story.