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Let the final act begin… The thrilling conclusion to the bestselling Emma Holden suspense mystery trilogy. Emma Holden, now happily married, hopes that the nightmare is finally over. But the biggest danger is yet to come. Sinister accusations and shocking revelations sow mistrust, threatening to tear Emma and her friends apart. Soon, Emma must fight for her life as the horr Let the final act begin… The thrilling conclusion to the bestselling Emma Holden suspense mystery trilogy. Emma Holden, now happily married, hopes that the nightmare is finally over. But the biggest danger is yet to come. Sinister accusations and shocking revelations sow mistrust, threatening to tear Emma and her friends apart. Soon, Emma must fight for her life as the horrifying truth behind Dan’s kidnap is revealed. Packed with Paul Pilkington’s trademark twists, turns, and cliff-hangers, The One You Trust is a full length novel of 70,000 words. Expect the unexpected in a gripping finale to the trilogy that has topped charts on both sides of the Atlantic and been downloaded over two and a half million times. If you think you know the truth, then think again.


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Let the final act begin… The thrilling conclusion to the bestselling Emma Holden suspense mystery trilogy. Emma Holden, now happily married, hopes that the nightmare is finally over. But the biggest danger is yet to come. Sinister accusations and shocking revelations sow mistrust, threatening to tear Emma and her friends apart. Soon, Emma must fight for her life as the horr Let the final act begin… The thrilling conclusion to the bestselling Emma Holden suspense mystery trilogy. Emma Holden, now happily married, hopes that the nightmare is finally over. But the biggest danger is yet to come. Sinister accusations and shocking revelations sow mistrust, threatening to tear Emma and her friends apart. Soon, Emma must fight for her life as the horrifying truth behind Dan’s kidnap is revealed. Packed with Paul Pilkington’s trademark twists, turns, and cliff-hangers, The One You Trust is a full length novel of 70,000 words. Expect the unexpected in a gripping finale to the trilogy that has topped charts on both sides of the Atlantic and been downloaded over two and a half million times. If you think you know the truth, then think again.

30 review for The One You Trust

  1. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    The final instalment of this crime thriller trilogy. It has a cliff hanger at the end of every chapter which keeps you turning the pages but I found the resolution disappointing. The characters were not further developed and I found the writing style simplistic and awkward. However, the trilogy makes for an easy and absorbing 'holiday read'. The final instalment of this crime thriller trilogy. It has a cliff hanger at the end of every chapter which keeps you turning the pages but I found the resolution disappointing. The characters were not further developed and I found the writing style simplistic and awkward. However, the trilogy makes for an easy and absorbing 'holiday read'.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    I find that this trilogy fell apart for me in the third book. By the end of the trilogy it was all pretty much very predictable and the characters were boring and also too predictable. I will read another book by this author because he can tell a story, but this may have been better it he stopped after book one

  3. 5 out of 5

    Vikki Vaught

    While I enjoyed this book, it isn't quite as good as the first two. Happy reading/listening! While I enjoyed this book, it isn't quite as good as the first two. Happy reading/listening!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vfields Don't touch my happy!

    2.5 stars. Meh. Okay. I don’t feel compelled to read more of this author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dana Tillman

    Far-fetched The author should have considered stopping at the second book. The storyline was forced and felt like it was created for the sake of finishing the trilogy. This time I felt it was harder to accept the total fantasy of the storyline. Entire thing was "far-fetched" and a waste. I'm happy that Emma and Dan finally got a happy ending but I would've appreciated it in the second book. This book you can skip......add your own happy ending to book #2, save yourself some time. Far-fetched The author should have considered stopping at the second book. The storyline was forced and felt like it was created for the sake of finishing the trilogy. This time I felt it was harder to accept the total fantasy of the storyline. Entire thing was "far-fetched" and a waste. I'm happy that Emma and Dan finally got a happy ending but I would've appreciated it in the second book. This book you can skip......add your own happy ending to book #2, save yourself some time.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kim Moyer

    While I guess I'm glad I finished the trilogy, Book #1 is by far the best of the 3 and I may have been better just stopping there. The second and third books just started feeling really repetitive. This story often felt forced and even concluding the trilogy, there are still loose ends that never get explained. It is still an easy read with some suspense and would make a decent, light holiday read. While I guess I'm glad I finished the trilogy, Book #1 is by far the best of the 3 and I may have been better just stopping there. The second and third books just started feeling really repetitive. This story often felt forced and even concluding the trilogy, there are still loose ends that never get explained. It is still an easy read with some suspense and would make a decent, light holiday read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Courtney(Bring on the Suspense)

    A lot of build up and..... Well the ending was not truly as exciting as I'd hoped it would be. All of the twists and turns and then that ending? I guess it was just a little too simplistic for me. I am glad I finished reading it but I'd hoped for a more powerful ending. I just feel like I had to see how the story ended after reading the first two books. I'm not sure it needed to be seen out so much. But overall I liked it. A lot of build up and..... Well the ending was not truly as exciting as I'd hoped it would be. All of the twists and turns and then that ending? I guess it was just a little too simplistic for me. I am glad I finished reading it but I'd hoped for a more powerful ending. I just feel like I had to see how the story ended after reading the first two books. I'm not sure it needed to be seen out so much. But overall I liked it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I found the first two books in the trilogy easy holiday style reading with some suspense and even enough tension to keep me reading into the night. I felt the final story was very drawn out and although the who dunnit was kept to the very end is was a rather disappointing finish. I overall enjoyed the trilogy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    moxieBK

    The One You Trust — Paul Pilkington (Prologue + 48 chapters + Epilogue) July 21-23, 2018 I read this mostly between July 22-23. Unfortunately, this span started in the evening and it was so good I didn’t want to stop! Very page turny and suspenseful and some twists and turns. I thought I knew how it would turn out, but there were some curveballs thrown in. If you have read the first and second books in this trilogy (and I hope you have, because the story reads better when read in a row,) this book The One You Trust — Paul Pilkington (Prologue + 48 chapters + Epilogue) July 21-23, 2018 I read this mostly between July 22-23. Unfortunately, this span started in the evening and it was so good I didn’t want to stop! Very page turny and suspenseful and some twists and turns. I thought I knew how it would turn out, but there were some curveballs thrown in. If you have read the first and second books in this trilogy (and I hope you have, because the story reads better when read in a row,) this book is written suspenseful like the first book. The characters have grown, but there are still some very human moments in the story that makes for very engaged reading. I’m kind of sad to see these characters go. From going from hesitant to reading this series to looking for to the last two books in the series, I came to love this delightful tail. It feels realistic. The twists and turns were just right. It wasn’t scary suspenseful; it was written timed right and logically. Mistaken identities was a main theme in this book, and it ended (last chapter, not the epilogue,) exactly where it should have. 1/2 star taken off for epilogue. It wasn’t needed (unless I missed a significance there.) Otherwise, a very well edited (mostly) and written book. High four stars.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    This is the final book in the Emma Holder trilogy and I have enjoyed every one of them. They tell a tale so gripping that I have lost sleep because I simply could not bring myself to turn off my audio device. The characters are endearing though not without human flaws, which makes them more likeable to me. The narrator, Fiona Hardingham, does an excellent job of giving recognizable voices to each of the characters and brings the story to life. I recommend this trilogy, starting with The One You This is the final book in the Emma Holder trilogy and I have enjoyed every one of them. They tell a tale so gripping that I have lost sleep because I simply could not bring myself to turn off my audio device. The characters are endearing though not without human flaws, which makes them more likeable to me. The narrator, Fiona Hardingham, does an excellent job of giving recognizable voices to each of the characters and brings the story to life. I recommend this trilogy, starting with The One You Love, and I will be checking out other books by Paul Pilkington.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Taryn

    Here’s the thing... it reads more like a movie script than a book. I do believe that was intentional, but I didn’t like it. I don’t want to be told; I want to be shown. There was a chapter or two close to the end that held my undivided attention, but I was 100% disappointed with the outcome. I’m just neither here nor there on this book because it was a good story, but... A for effort; F for execution.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Blessed AC

    Long & Dragged Out It was good enough to finish, but way too long. Constructive Criticism: The author took too long getting to the point. I understand wanting to add suspense, but the method used to do so hindered my ability to thoroughly enjoy the book. I found myself skimming over sections that seemed to have no point...seemingly used to extend the length of the novel. It wasn't bad, so it gets 3 stars. Long & Dragged Out It was good enough to finish, but way too long. Constructive Criticism: The author took too long getting to the point. I understand wanting to add suspense, but the method used to do so hindered my ability to thoroughly enjoy the book. I found myself skimming over sections that seemed to have no point...seemingly used to extend the length of the novel. It wasn't bad, so it gets 3 stars.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    The final instalment of the Emma Holden series. I have enjoyed the series, grown attached to the characters although they weren't really developed anymore between the books. My one pet peeve is that Paul constantly reminds us about details from the previous books all the time and it kind of messes with the flow sometimes. The final instalment of the Emma Holden series. I have enjoyed the series, grown attached to the characters although they weren't really developed anymore between the books. My one pet peeve is that Paul constantly reminds us about details from the previous books all the time and it kind of messes with the flow sometimes.

  14. 5 out of 5

    ileen lowery

    Suspicion Great trilogy lots of twists and turns were you think you have solved the story line but then something else adds to the tale Interesting throughout which keeps the suspense going at times a little slow but you want finish You think st one point maybe Myers son isn’t dead

  15. 5 out of 5

    Marythios (AkaSusanne )

    I probably would have enjoyed this book more if I had read the two books before this one. i should have seen if this was a standalone or a book that had to be read in order. I did think the book was suspenseful and had some twists in it. I think with more back story this book would have come together better for me. I will go back and read book 1 and 2 and see how i feel about the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bernard Holler

    Murder, kidnapping, love, accusations and revelations come to light to bring about a good conclusion. Emma and Dan think their married life will now be able to move forward and then Emma is kidnapped and the mystery continues. Excellent trilogy to keep your interest high through out.

  17. 4 out of 5

    April Plovanich

    Finally the Ending Great ending to the overall story. Held my attention through all 3 books. I like a storyline that plays with my emotions and makes me feel anxious or sad or scared. Books like that don't let me forget the power of writing. Finally the Ending Great ending to the overall story. Held my attention through all 3 books. I like a storyline that plays with my emotions and makes me feel anxious or sad or scared. Books like that don't let me forget the power of writing.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tonya G

    Great book. Great ending to a captivating series I loved this book and would reccomend it to anyone who loves suspense novels. It was engaging, had twists and turns that kept you reading. I couldn't put it down. Great book. Great ending to a captivating series I loved this book and would reccomend it to anyone who loves suspense novels. It was engaging, had twists and turns that kept you reading. I couldn't put it down.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tash

    Probably would have enjoyed it more if I'd have read the other two first! Probably would have enjoyed it more if I'd have read the other two first!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Lutz

    This trilogy is amazing!! Full of twists and turns!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Connie Crawford-Koonce

    Fun read I really enjoyed this fast paced end to the trilogy. I will definitely share with my reading friends. Look forward to more.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    I don't really feel like this book was necessary. It feels like things were dragged out and storylines are recycled. I don't really feel like this book was necessary. It feels like things were dragged out and storylines are recycled.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rebecka

    This author is growing on me

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Bertelsen

    This series was suspenseful and kept me guessing. Some writing parts were "eh," but overall I enjoyed it. Quick reads. This series was suspenseful and kept me guessing. Some writing parts were "eh," but overall I enjoyed it. Quick reads.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    This series is a decent summer read, not super memorable but an ok way to spend some time.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Fiona Andrew

    What a fabulous trilogy Wow, so many twists and turns, so much manipulation. How far one man went to obtain what he wanted, all the people he manipulated to get a great story and get his revenge. A masterful piece of storytelling by a great author. Highly recommend.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rose Maniscalco

    Even though I did enjoy this book, I felt like it was unnecessary to the series. Everything was pretty much wrapped up in the second book and this one felt like it was added just to keep the series going. This one definitely wraps everything up with a bow, however, and there should be no further mysteries surrounding this group. Overall, the series was well paced and interesting. A good rainy day read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donna Thomas

    Very good!! This book really kept you into the storyline. It was very exciting! Couldn't put it down! I would definitely recommend this set of books to any one Very good!! This book really kept you into the storyline. It was very exciting! Couldn't put it down! I would definitely recommend this set of books to any one

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Walsh

    The third instalment in the Emma Holden trilogy. "Following a sequence of horrifying events Emma Holden is now happily married, and hoping that the nightmare is finally over. However, she doesn't realise that the biggest danger is yet to come." The previous books in the trilogy described the events that followed Emma's experience of an obsessive fan and his family, as well as the repercussions for her friends and family. This final episode ties up some loose ends and introduces a few new twists to The third instalment in the Emma Holden trilogy. "Following a sequence of horrifying events Emma Holden is now happily married, and hoping that the nightmare is finally over. However, she doesn't realise that the biggest danger is yet to come." The previous books in the trilogy described the events that followed Emma's experience of an obsessive fan and his family, as well as the repercussions for her friends and family. This final episode ties up some loose ends and introduces a few new twists to the plot. The style of writing is easy to read and keeps your attention but I must admit I was starting to become a bit tired of Emma's predicament. Fortunately the action heated up just in time to stop me giving up on the story and I couldn't wait to find out how the author would wrap things up. This is a must-read for anyone who had read The One You Love and The One You Fear. It would not make any sense read as a standalone. Thank you to the publisher for the review copy paperback.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    The One You Trust: Emma Holden Suspense Mystery Trilogy Book 3 is by Paul Pilkington. This is the final mystery in this series and it is very good. It ends Emma’s problems. Emma and Dan were due to return from their honeymoon. Lizzy was checking their mail and found several messages by hand. These were reminiscent of those Emma received before but were addressed to Lizzy. They were all designed to create distrust between herself and others. The last was to create distrust between Emma and Dan as The One You Trust: Emma Holden Suspense Mystery Trilogy Book 3 is by Paul Pilkington. This is the final mystery in this series and it is very good. It ends Emma’s problems. Emma and Dan were due to return from their honeymoon. Lizzy was checking their mail and found several messages by hand. These were reminiscent of those Emma received before but were addressed to Lizzy. They were all designed to create distrust between herself and others. The last was to create distrust between Emma and Dan as it was a photo of Dan with Stuart! As Emma and Lizzy struggle to figure out the messages, Will is trying to create a different relationship between himself and Sally. Yes, she was going to try to kill him; but she was grieving for Stuart. She had brought Will out of himself and his fear of heights and taking risks. He owed her and he loved her. He just knew she wasn’t behind the blackmail messages. Then Peter Myers escapes and Emma disappears!

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