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Emma's Baby


That was how she saw him, mostly, in the weeks that followed. Standing there in the doorway with his toothy little grin, his crooked fringe, his blue fleece with the smiley elephant on the front.

Life as a single mother is hard. Emma loves her thirteen-month-old son Ritchie, she really does – but sometimes, she dreams about what life would be like without him. But when Ritchie is abducted from the London Underground, Emma’s dream becomes a nightmarish reality.

So why don’t the police seem to believe her? Why do they think that she would want to harm her son?

If Emma wants Ritchie back, it looks like she’ll have to find him herself. She hasn’t been the best mother in the past – but she’s willing to go to desperate lengths to bring her little boy home . . .

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  • Auteur : Abbie Taylor
  • Éditeur : Transworld Digital
  • Date de parution : 12/03/09
  • EAN : 9781409080817
  • Format : ePub
  • Nombre de pages: 464
  • Protection : Contenu protégé

Résumé

That was how she saw him, mostly, in the weeks that followed. Standing there in the doorway with his toothy little grin, his crooked fringe, his blue fleece with the smiley elephant on the front.

Life as a single mother is hard. Emma loves her thirteen-month-old son Ritchie, she really does – but sometimes, she dreams about what life would be like without him. But when Ritchie is abducted from the London Underground, Emma’s dream becomes a nightmarish reality.

So why don’t the police seem to believe her? Why do they think that she would want to harm her son?

If Emma wants Ritchie back, it looks like she’ll have to find him herself. She hasn’t been the best mother in the past – but she’s willing to go to desperate lengths to bring her little boy home . . .

Biographie d’Abbie Taylor

Abbie Taylor lives in Dublin. She works as a doctor and has two daughters.

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