Friday, 6 October 2017

Review: The Mother by Jaime Raven

The MotherThe Mother by Jaime Raven

I’ve taken your daughter, as punishment for what you did …

Prepare to be gripped by the heart-stopping new thriller from the author of The Madam.

South London detective Sarah Mason is a single mother. It’s a tough life, but Sarah gets by. She and her ex-husband, fellow detective Adam Boyd, adore their 15-month-old daughter Molly.

Until Sarah’s world falls apart when she receives a devastating threat: Her daughter has been taken, and the abductor plans to raise Molly as their own, as punishment for something Sarah did.

Sarah is forced to stand back while her team try to track down the kidnapper. But her colleagues aren’t working fast enough to find Molly. To save her daughter, Sarah must take matters into her own hands, in a desperate hunt that will take her to the very depths of London’s underworld.

Claire's Review 5 of 5 Stars

This is a thriller about Police officers Sarah and Adam, who have their 15 months daughter kidnapped while being babysat from the grandmother.

Wow, I seriously couldn't put this book down and had my heart in my throat several times. Being a mother myself, I cannot imagine how you would feel if someone took your child.

I haven't read any previous books of Jaimes, but this won't be the last. This was very well written and gripping right from the start.

No comments:

Post a Comment

We love to hear what you think about our posts. Don't be shy, say hi.