Emma's Baby

Emma's Baby

Large Print - 2010
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A mother's worst nightmare: the subway doors close with her baby son still on the train. In this suspenseful debut novel, a woman goes to unimaginable lengths to get her child back.
A struggling, single mother, Emma sometimes wishes that her thirteen-month-old son Ritchie would just disappear. Then, one quiet Sunday evening, after a sinister encounter on the London Underground--Ritchie does just that.
Emma immediately reports his abduction to the police but there she faces a much worse situation than she ever imagined. Why do the police seem so reluctant to help her? And why do they think she would want hurt her own child?
If Emma wants Ritchie back, she'll have to find him herself. With the help of a stranger named Rafe, the one person who seems to believe her, Emma sets off in search of her son. She is determined to find Ritchie no matter what it takes...but who exactly is the real enemy here?
With dark twists and intertwining narratives, "The Stranger on the Train" is an unforgettable novel of psychological suspense that you will keep you guessing until the shattering finale.
Publisher: Anstey [England] : F. A. Thorpe, 2010, c2009.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781444800470
Characteristics: 400 p. ;,24 cm.


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May 01, 2017

I really liked this read. Kept me turning pages long after my bedtime!

booklady413 Aug 20, 2014

This thriller kept you guessing until the end.

Aug 16, 2014

I'm not at all into babies or motherhood, but this book gave me the shivers!

A patron review from the Adult Summer Game: "Fast-paced and thoughtfully plotted -- I blazed through this in a day! Despite having a twist that could be spotted from space, it was still a great read. Taylor's characterization is especially strong. Would recommend."

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