Watch Me Angela Clarke

511icjr-skl-_ac_us218_Pub: Avon

YOU HAVE SIX SECONDS TO READ THIS MESSAGE…

The body of a 15-year-old is found hours after she sends a desperate message to her friends. It looks like suicide, until a second girl disappears.

This time, the message is sent directly to the Metropolitan Police – and an officer’s younger sister is missing.

DS Nasreen Cudmore and journalist Freddie Venton will stop at nothing to find her. But whoever’s behind the notes is playing a deadly game of hide and seek – and the clock is ticking.

YOU HAVE 24 HOURS TO SAVE THE GIRL’S LIFE.
MAKE THEM COUNT.

 

Watch Me is flawless.

When Nas discovers she is a link between the death of one girl and the disappearance of another, she has a race against the clock to find her.

As a DS within the Cyber & E-crime Gremlin task force she has to use her strength of character to fit in with a bunch of egotistical, sexist work colleagues and her quest to prove herself in this male-dominated environment is a joy to read.

Superbly written and filled with adrenaline, this book has an enticing plot. I simply couldn’t read it fast enough.

The intensity is sharp, with a fast paced and dark theme that runs smoothly and expertly, Angela Clarkes second novel is on point and very much of this day and age. It is a totally relevant story and one to heed. It is genuinely realistic and is relentlessly thrilling.

Freddie is the star of this fabulous tale. Her friendship with Nas goes back a long way. She is a girl with incredible issues and has a toughness that adds power to her character.

It is an incredible follow up to Follow Me, and should be on everyone’s ‘to read’ list.

Fabulous and slick… I couldn’t read it fast enough.

5*/5

 

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