How much danger would you face to follow a story? Journalist Frankie is about to find out in the gripping new crime novel from Elodie Harper, winner of the Stephen King and Guardian short story competition.
'Chilling, intelligent, and highly addictive. Superb.' Will Dean, author of Dark Pines
Three women have been found dead in East Anglia. The police deny a connection. TV news reporter Frankie smells a story...
Ava knows that the threat is real. She's been kidnapped by someone claiming to be the killer: a stranger who seems to know everything about her.
As Frankie follows the case, she enters a terrifying online world where men's rage against women may be turning murderous - and where her persistence might just make her a target. And Ava must struggle not only to stay alive... but to stay sane.
From journalist Elodie Harper, The Death Knock is a compelling story of the worst that man can do and the hunt for the truth - at all costs.
See what everyone is saying about this brilliant read:
'I was enjoying the reading of it so much, I slowed down the number of chapters I read at a time, in order to savour it for longer!' Amazon reviewer
'A great read, both thought provoking and chilling.' Goodreads reviewer
'A story that pulls you in immediately.' Amazon reviewer
'Easy 5* here... a tense atmospheric mystery that is highly addictive.' Goodreads reviewer
'A fast paced and intelligent thriller.' Amazon reviewer
'Cleverly plotted. Highly recommended.' Goodreads reviewer
Elodie Harper is a journalist and prize winning short story writer. Her story 'Wild Swimming' won the Guardian-Hodder The Bazaar of Bad Dreams story competition as judged by Stephen King. She is currently a reporter and presenter at ITV News Anglia, and before that worked as a producer for Channel 4 News.