Book review little darlings by Melanie Golding



Behind the hospital curtain, someone is waiting . . .

Lauren is alone on the maternity ward with her new-born twins when a terrifying encounter in the middle of the night leaves her convinced someone is trying to steal her children. Lauren, desperate with fear, locks herself and her sons in the bathroom until the police arrive to investigate.

When DS Joanna Harper picks up the list of overnight incidents that have been reported, she expects the usual calls from drunks and wrong numbers. But then a report of an attempted abduction catches her eye. The only thing is that it was flagged as a false alarm just fifteen minutes later.

Harper’s superior officer tells her there’s no case here, but Harper can’t let it go so she visits the hospital anyway. There’s nothing on the CCTV. No one believes this woman was ever there. And yet, Lauren claims that she keeps seeing the woman and that her babies are in danger, and soon Harper is sucked into Lauren’s spiral of fear. But how far will they go to save children who may not even be in danger?

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Firstly a big thank you to hq for my proof copy.

I have been so excited to read this. I was gutted i was in a lift with the author and didnt know back in November.

This book is amazing….terrifying and chilling but amazing.

I felt her pain so much , you got a real emotion of desperation and pain.

Mysterious chilling and captivates the reader.

A phenomenal debut that is thought provoking and gets right under tour skin. This is going to be huge!!

Published 2nd may and i wish her every success.

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