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When Abby Henshaw is brutally attacked by two strangers who dump her at the side of a remote road, her first thought is for the safety of her baby, Beth. But what follows is a mother’s worst nightmare: Beth is gone and Abby’s world collapses around her. As the world-weary DI Michael Gardner investigates, he discovers lives built on secrets and betrayal.

Gardner finds himself struggling to stay emotionally removed from the case, and from Abby herself. After the authorities finally shelve their investigation, Abby receives a message telling her where she can find her daughter. But how can she convince those around her that the girl really is Beth when they are the very people she knows the least?

©2014 Rebecca Muddiman (P)2014 Oakhill Publishing

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  • Bules
  • 02-16-16

Excellent

Twists, turns and gripping what more do you want. I can't wait for more from this author.

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  • Karyn
  • 03-03-15

Slow start , but persevere it's worth it

Nearly gave up after first chapter, but thankfully I was at a loose end and continued listening, once I was into the plot hard to stop listening, every time I had to listening couldn't wait to get back, but I do think it would have come across better with a Denali narrator.

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