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Chosen Child

£1.99

A disappearance. A sudden death. A betrayal of the worst kind.

Ella longs for a child of her own, but a gruesome find during an adoption process deepens the cracks in her marriage. Her husband Rick has a secret, but Ella doesn't want to know…

Across town, Amanda is expecting her second child when her husband vanishes. The search begins, but nothing prepares Amanda for the shocking conclusion to the police investigation.

And in the middle of it all, a little girl is looking for a home of her own with a 'forever' mummy and daddy…

How well do you know your own family? And who can you trust?

Chosen Child is the fourth chilling psychological suspense novel from the author ofThe Paradise Trees,The Cold Cold Sea andThe Attic Room.

The pace is perfectly controlled even as it races toward the inevitable crash.
Barb Taub

Gripping, fast paced, wonderful storytelling. Jane Isaac

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Linda Huber

Linda Huber is an ex-physiotherapist who grew up in Glasgow, but has lived over half her life in Switzerland, where she now works as a language teacher and writes novels.

The inspiration for her books comes from everyday life - a family member's struggle with dementia, the discovery that a child in her extended family drowned in the 1940s, and more.

Baby Dear is Linda's sixth psychological thriller, and tells the story of Caro, who is desperate to have a child, and her husband Jeff, who is infertile...
She has also published The Saturday Secret, a charity collection of feel-good short stories. 2017 profits go to Doctors Without Borders.

Visit Linda's website at lindahuber.net/, and follow her on Twitter @LindaHuber19

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