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Your child goes missing. Then a stranger brings her home....

Perfect for fans of Found by Erin Kinsley, I Looked Away by Jane Corry and Now You See Her by Heidi Perks, this gripping emotional thriller will keep you hooked from the very start. 

When five-year-old Sofia is taken from the park, her mother Carrie, is beside herself with worry. Carrie has a condition which means she struggles to read facial expressions, so she is terrified she missed something that put her daughter in danger.

But just days later, Sofia is found unharmed. The police immediately suspect Josh, the man who found Sofia, but with no evidence against him they are forced to let him go without charges. 

Josh is keen to make sure Sofia is safe and well and Carrie is charmed by his kindness. Carrie also befriends Tara, a mother from the park who helped with the initial search party. But with the identity of Sofia's abductor still unknown, how much should Carrie trust those who have offered their help?

Are they good Samaritans or has Carrie missed the warning signs?

©2020 C J Parsons (P)2020 Headline Publishing Group Ltd

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  • Sara C
  • 2020-11-22

Amazing I’d give it more stars if I could

Not one boring part. I had no idea who the “ bad guy” was because of how brilliantly the author portrayed Carrie and showing them through her eyes. Just a wonderful book that I couldn’t put down. I hope this author has more books this fantastic! Also I just loved carrie’s voice

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-10-11

compelling!

the compelling main characters situation added a layer of suspense to every interaction. The writing was so evocative that the reader feels comfortably ensconced in that corner of London. All in all, a great listen.