Tell Me is a standalone short story by the highly acclaimed crime thriller writer, Zoë Sharp, author of the bestselling series featuring ex-Special Forces soldier turned self-defence expert and bodyguard, Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Fox.
In Tell Me CSI Grace McColl is called to the scene of a brutal attack on a young girl in a park. There Grace must not only gather evidence of the crime, but also coax information about her identity from the reluctant victim. But when the truth speaks, she listens.
‘Zoë Sharp is one of the sharpest, coolest, and most intriguing writers I know.’ New York Times Bestseller, Harlan Coben
Zoë Sharp’s short stories have appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine as well as anthologies in the UK and USA, been used in school text books, turned into short films, included in many Best Of collections, and nominated twice for the Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) Short Story Dagger. Her other work has also been nominated for Edgar, Anthony, Barry (twice), Benjamin Franklin, and Macavity Awards in the United States.
Praise for Zoë Sharp
‘Scarily good.’ Lee Child
‘Sharp deserves a genre all her own—if you are just discovering Zoë Sharp then you are in for a real treat.’ Jon Jordan, Crimespree Magazine
‘If you don't like Zoë Sharp there's something wrong with you. Go and live in a cave and get the hell out of my gene pool! There are few writers who go right to the top of my TBR pile – Zoë Sharp is one of them.’ Stuart MacBride