In “Tell Me” by Zoë Sharp, Crime Scene Investigator Grace McColl needs to investigate the case of a teenage girl who has been attacked in a park. As Grace approaches the girl, she notices she is about 16, scruffy-looking, and dressed too lightly for the cold weather outside. As she sees the girl looking intensely towards the rhododendron bushes near her, Grace begins to question her about her identity.

At first, the girl says that her identity does not matter, but Grace slowly convinces her to offer as much information as possible to pursue her attacker. As the girl reveals she has been dragged through the mud by her attacker, Grace notices that the girl has scratched her attacker and scrapes evidence from under her nails. Grace then begins to guess information about the girl’s life: she guesses that the girl’s father has...

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