Tell Me

Tell Me

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What really happened in the forest? Hidden crimes and secrets of the past converge in a riveting thriller by Anne Frasier, the New York Times bestselling author of Find Me.

No strangers to evil, criminal profiler Reni Fisher and detective Daniel Ellis both still grapple with traumatizing pasts. It unites them. So has a crime they must solve before someone else dies.

At a campsite on California’s Pacific Crest Trail, a guide is murdered and three young hikers vanish without a trace. The only lead is a puzzle in itself: a video of the crime scene, looking eerily staged, uploaded to social media. The girl who posted it can’t be found. Is it a viral hoax gone unspeakably wrong, or is there something more sinister at play in the forest?

The case intensifies when one of the missing is found wandering down a dirt road, confused and afraid. As Reni and Daniel struggle to sort fact from fiction, a secret past collides with the present, threatening to sever their relationship. Are some truths too much to bear? Will this be the case that finally breaks them?

Title:Tell Me
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    Tell Me Reviews

  • MarilynW

    Tell Me (Inland Empire #2) by Anne FrasierFormer FBI criminal profiler, Reni Fisher, and Detective Daniel Ellis are back about two months after the events Find Me, the first book in the Inland Empire ...

  • jessica

    similar to its predecessor, this sequel is relatively short and im still impressed with how AF manages to completely fill each page. this is a very complete installment that picks up where ‘find meâ...

  • Susan's Reviews

    This story loosely continues a short time after Find Me left off. Reni prefers the dessert to civilization. She spends her days painting and surviving. Her father was a serial killer, and her mother w...

  • Luvtoread

    Reni Fisher is a missing person detective on leave due to the horrific and devastating events she was personally involved in several months ago and has been suffering from traumatic PTSD episodes almo...

  • Toni

    In Tell Me, Anne Frasier’s gripping sequel to Find Me, we are back to the Mojave Desert and the Inland Empire area in Southern California. If you haven’t read Find Me, but are planning to do it, y...

  • Maureen Carden

    Once upon a time the criminals were the ones with the horrible, heartbreaking backgrounds. Now it seems to be the protagonists. These two, Reni Fisher and Daniel Ellis are definitely in the top five o...

  • Liz

    Tell Me is the second in the Inland Empire series. I have not read the first book and it made a difference. Frasier does give us a fair amount of background, but I still felt there were holes in my un...

  • Marialyce (absltmom, yaya)

    3.5 stars! The forest can hide many things but as three young campers and their guide set out on a trail and hope to spend some quality time with nature, all that changes when the counselor is killed ...

  • Kristie

    I read this book almost immediately following Find Me (Inland Empire #1). I thought the first book was a fun, engaging read. I think this book is even better.I read this book in 3 days, which is quick...

  • Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads)

    Three young hikers are missing, their guide found murdered on the Pacific Crest Trail. The only lead is a video of the crime scene and the girl who posted it to social media is now conveniently missin...