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What if you knew a child was in danger – and no one believed you?

Alex Lake’s day job is all about helping people, especially children. She cares about them passionately and does everything in her power to rescue them from those who mean them harm.

When the case of three-year-old Ottilie Wade comes to her attention, Alex feels an overpowering need to make a real difference in the little girl's life, but no one is prepared to believe that Ottilie is in danger.

In the end, Alex makes a decision that has consequences that no one, least of all Alex, could have foreseen.

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No Child of Mine
July 31st, 2015
Interesting characterisation but the sub plot was, for me, implausable and irrelivent. The who,e "am dram" bit added nowt to the plot and seemed to distract. A heavyweight subject but handled too lightly. An enjoyable yarn nonetheless.
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December 20th, 2013
Now that I've finished this I feel compelled to carry on with the next to find out what happens next!
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September 28th, 2013
Wow what a book! I loved this story it kept mee on the edge of my seat practically all the way through.
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No Child of Mine
July 28th, 2013
A great story with twists and turns along the way. Makes the point that Child Protection is a minefield. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves children. .
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June 13th, 2013
What a great book! Wonderfully written, full of raw emotions!
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March 10th, 2013
Anyone who reads Susan Lewis will love this. I've read the follow up to this book Let me go both excellent reads :-) :-) .
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