After being involved in a severe car accident and a vicious roadside assault, Beth Jordan wakes briefly to discover a coach party of students recording the aftermath with their phones.
Beth furiously attacks the crowd before being restrained and lapsing into a coma.
When she wakes in hospital, Beth is distraught when she's told her husband Luc died in the crash and she’s horrified that the phone clips have been shared online and that millions of people around the world have seen the incident.
The driver of the car she collided with has vanished without trace and Beth needs the recordings to help piece together exactly what happened.
But somebody is viciously murdering the owners of the clips and deleting them.
What is concealed within those moments and can she find the survivors before the digital fragments of the event disappear forever?
Living with her brother Jody while she recovers, Beth catches a glimpse of one of the clips and sees that Luc appears to whisper something to a paramedic before he dies.
Beth, discovering she is pregnant, tracks down the paramedic who held Luc’s hand while he died.
Rae Solomon is no longer a paramedic, having changed her identity, attempting to escape an abusive relationship.
At first Beth is told Rae is dead, but then Rae calls her, telling her the one word Luc said to her before he died.
It means nothing to Beth, but she is determined to get to the truth behind the accident.
When a man calls her and says he has the information she needs, she flies to LA to meet him.
And from the moment she lands in LA, someone wants her dead…
As Beth fights for her life in California, she realises the threat against her was disturbingly close to home.
Stalk Me is a gripping thriller which keep you guessing until the very last page.
Richard Parker worked as a professional TV writer for twenty-two years and started by submitting material to the BBC. After contributing to a wide variety of TV shows he became a head writer, script editor then producer. He then decided to subject himself to the easy streets of writing and getting a novel published. Stop Me was picked up for publication in 2009 and it was nominated for the CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger Award 2010 and entered the Amazon Top 10 bestseller chart. Scare Me, his second stand alone thriller, has been acquired by Hollywood production house Relativity Media. Wentworth Miller has now completed his screenplay.
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