Sarah A Denzil: Silent Child


Sarah A Denzil, June Lorraine Roberts, Silent Child, MurderinCommon.com

Just what happened?

 

He was 16 when he returned, malnourished, traumatized and mute. His mother hangs on to hope. His stepfather wants the ‘crazy’ out of the house.

Emma Price-Hewitt finally moved on after the presumed drowning of her son Aiden 10-years earlier. She is married now and pregnant with a baby girl. Her husband Jake has been her stalwart supporter and strength through everything.

Aiden’s father appears, desperate to find answers. Emma tries to navigate the friction between her former lover and husband all the while wondering, who took her son. And as time goes on, questioning who she can trust?

Silent Child has an excellent build-up of suspense and well done first person narrative.

~ June Lorraine

 

 

 

 

 

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