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Jenny has just given birth to the baby she’s always wanted. She’s never been this happy.

Her husband, Leo, knows this baby girl can’t be his. He’s never felt so betrayed.

The same night, a vulnerable young woman, Hannah, wakes to find her newborn lifeless beside her. She’s crazed with grief.

When chance throws Hannah into Leo’s path, they make a plan that will have shattering consequences for all of them. 

Years later, a 16-year-old girl reads an article in a newspaper and embarks on a journey to uncover the truth about herself. But what she learns will put everything she has ever known – and her own life – in grave danger. Because some people will go to desperate lengths to protect the secrets their lives are built on.... 

©2020 Emma Curtis (P)2020 Penguin Audio

Critic reviews

"Absolutely outstanding." (Lauren North)

"As always, Emma Curtis's clever skilful writing keeps the reader racing through the pages." (Jane Corry)

"This is grip-lit at its best." (Fanny Blake)

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Silly woman .

T his started out with great promise. I found myself wanting to shout at the lead character for being so obtuse , she was supposed to be intelligent.

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awful

its important to suspend belief to some extent when reading fiction but this was so far fetched it was farcical. I disliked the characters and only managed a couple of hours before I returned it.