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    Exciting crime thriller!

    DS Grace Allendale has the unenviable task of trying to connect two murders. In the town of Stoke, the broken body of a teen girl is found. In two short days, a young mother is kidnapped and found murdered shortly after. With the time factor, there must be a connection and it is up to Grace and her team to discover it. Before Grace can make any headway, a third woman is an apparent target. Is time running out? Will yet another person lose their life? In Tick Tock, which is aptly named, time is of the essence. In the first book in the series, Grace developed a friendship with Simon, a local reporter. It did not come easy, due to her past, but in this story, they draw closer together. Their growing relationship grew even more difficult when Simon's own daughter comes into the picture in connection to what is going on. Will Grace keep everyone safe? What of her family that she has recently come to know? I loved the first book, but, boy, this one was truly a whopper! There were a lot of elements in this story and it was quite fast-paced, with characters that kept my attention and concluded with a stunning ending. Although this book could be read as a standalone, Grace's background, especially regarding her family, might be better understood and appreciated if these books were read in order. Many thanks to Avon Books UK and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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