The East Bay Express and Reed Magazine have both recently reviewed G. Randy Kasten’s Just Trust Me: Finding the Truth in a World of Spin.

The East Bay Express said, “As a 25-year veteran of the civil courts system, Randy Kasten has made his living figuring out when, why, and especially how people lie. In his new book, he breaks down the most common types of lies we’re fed — from advertising, politicians, the media, friends, family, even lawyers — and, more importantly, how to identify them.”

And Reed Magazine reads, “[In Just Trust Me,] Randy examines why deceptions occur—not only in advertising, media, but also in social and business interactions—and suggests ways to detect them. He also provides strategies for surmounting the barriers to truth: our willingness to believe what we want to believe; the absence of accurate information; and the rise of the professional spinmaster.”



Just Trust Me is available on Amazon.

For more information about the author, visit his website or find him on Goodreads.

The East Bay Express article was published on September 14, 2011 and the Reed Magazine review was published in Volume 90, No. 3: September 2011.