A gripping new series from million-copy bestseller Mel Sherratt.
In the city of Stoke, a teenage girl is murdered in the middle of the day, her lifeless body abandoned in a field behind her school.
Two days later, a young mother is abducted. She’s discovered strangled and dumped in a local park.
DS Grace Allendale and her team are brought in to investigate, but with a bold killer, no leads and nothing to connect the victims, the case seems hopeless. It’s only when a third woman is targeted that a sinister pattern emerges. A dangerous mind is behind these attacks, and Grace realises that the clock is ticking...
Can they catch the killer before another young woman dies?
The number one bestselling author returns with a breath-taking police procedural thriller series that will have you on the edge of your seat.
Praise for TICK TOCK:
‘I love all Mel Sherratt’s books’ IAN RANKIN, author of Inspector Rebus Series
‘Twists and turns and delivers a satisfying shot of tension’ RACHEL ABBOTT, author of The Shape of Lies
‘A gritty, authentic, fast-paced read that you won't want to put down.’ Caroline Mitchell, author of The Secret Child
‘I was drawn right in! This book is so tense, so chilling, it’s an edge of your seat thriller!’ Reader review
‘Tick Tock is a masterpiece of writing... I genuinely couldn’t put the book down’ Reader review
‘It’s a spell-binding, unsettling novel that grips you immediately’ Book Reviews
‘Absolutely loved this thriller! Excellent character development, exciting dialogue and fascinating plot. What more can you ask for?’ Reader review
‘Tick Tock, isn’t just a good read – it’s outstanding!’ Stoke Sentinel
‘This is easily becoming one of my favorite series’ Reader review
‘A fantastic and gripping crime thriller. This book will keep you on the edge of your seat’ Dark Raven Reviews
About the author
Mel Sherratt is the author of fourteen crime novels, all of which have become bestsellers. For the past four years, she has been named as one of her home town of Stoke-on-Trent’s top 100 influential people.
She regularly appears at festivals and speaks at writing conferences throughout the UK, and pens a column for her local newspaper, The Sentinel, as well as feature articles for other newspapers and magazines.
She lives in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, with her husband and terrier, Dexter.