You have six seconds to view this suicide note and 24 hours to save the girl's life.
The brand-new novel from rising star Angela Clarke and the second in her chilling and provocative Social Media Murders series.
Feisty young journalist Freddie Venton and ambitious police officer Nasreen Cudmore are up against a depraved killer who takes pleasure in taunting them online.
©2016 Angela Clarke (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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Critic reviews

Praise for Follow Me:
"Written in the sharpest style, the story races along...there's a verve to it that's impossible to resist. Clarke is certainly someone to watch!" (Daily Mail)
"A disturbing narrative...a very contemporary nightmare, delivered with panache." (Independent)
"An original idea.... Freddie is a magnificently monstrous character." (Saturday Review, BBC Radio 4)
"Slick and clever." (Sun)
"A chilling debut." (Hello!)
"Compelling, a proper page-turner." (Emerald Street)
"Smart, snappy and addictive: Angela Clarke is #killingit." (Holly Williams, Independent on Sunday)
"An appealing flawed female lead [for] readers who enjoyed The Girl on the Train. An invigorating cat-and-mouse game, with a dark and filthy wit that deliciously spikes the regular drenchings of gore." (Crime Scene Magazine)
"Pacey, gripping, and so up-to-the-minute you better read it quick!" (Claire McGowan)
"Clarke explores the phenomenon of (social media) celebrity while tapping into your fears." (Rebecca Bradley)
"Smart, fast paced, fresh and frightening.... A gripping debut." (Rowan Coleman)
"Follow Me is literally gripping - the tension levels were forcing me to clutch the book so hard that my hands hurt!" (Daisy Buchanan, Grazia)
"Outstanding!" (Shots)
"Original, inventive & gripping." (West Herts Drivetime)
"We've been waiting for a novel that shows just how creepy and scary social media actually is and this is it. Angela Clarke knows exactly which buttons to press. #creepedmeout." (Tania Carver)
"A fascinating murder mystery and a dark, ironic commentary on modern social media." (Paul Finch)
"Clarke brings dazzling wit and a sharp sense of contemporary life to a fast-paced serial killer novel with serious style." (Jane Casey)
"Fast-paced, tense and playfully witty." (Graeme Cameron)
"Adrenaline-spiking. Paranoia-inducing. A wild & electric take on today's social-media ruled generation." (Becca's Books)
"An author with a promising future if Follow Me is anything to go by." (Rachel's Random Reads)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Joanne on 27-01-17

Social media bite back

Would you consider the audio edition of Watch Me to be better than the print version?

Another brilliant book written by Angela Clarke and narrated with fantastic expression by Imogen Wilde. This story brings Freddie and Naz back together in a fast paced paced exciting tale. I can Highly recommend this book

What other book might you compare Watch Me to, and why?

Follow me the first instalment

Which character – as performed by Imogen Wilde – was your favourite?


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

All of it is just excellent

Any additional comments?

Read book one first you won't be disappointed

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5 out of 5 stars
By Andy on 17-01-17

great characters made a great story

A new author for me and I'm careful about my choices. Now I can add one to my favourites

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