Trust Me (short story collection)

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Trust Me
Trust Me.jpg
first edition cover
Author John Updike
Country United States
Language English
Genre Short story
Publisher Alfred A. Knopf
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 302pp (first edition)

Trust Me is a collection of short stories by John Updike, first published in 1987.[1]

List of stories[edit]

  • "Trust Me"
  • "Killing"
  • "Still of Some Use"
  • "The City"
  • "The Lovely Troubled Daughters of Our Old Crowd"
  • "Unstuck"
  • "A Constellation of Events"
  • "Deaths of Distant Friends"
  • "Pygmalion"
  • "More Stately Mansions"
  • "Learn a Trade"
  • "The Ideal Village"
  • "One More Interview"
  • "The Other"
  • "Slippage"
  • "Poker Night"
  • "Made in Heaven"
  • "Getting into the Set"
  • "The Wallet"
  • "Leaf Season"
  • "Beautiful Husbands"
  • "The Other Woman"


  1. ^ Robinson, Marilynne (April 26, 1987), "At Play in the Backyard of the Psyche", The New York Times, p. Sec. 7, p. 1, col. 1