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December 2, 2013


Your baby has been stolen by strangers. The police won’t listen.  A young mothers nightmare comes true the tube door’s close with her baby still on the train.

Struggling as a single mother. Emma sometimes wishes that her thirteen month old son Ritchie would just disappear. but when, one quite Sunday evening Ritchie is abducted by a stranger from the London Underground. Emma is thrown into a situation worse than she could ever have imagined.

But why don’t the police seem to fully believe her story?. Why would they think that she would want to hurt her own baby?.

If Emma wants Ritchie back, it looks like she will have to find him herself. With the help of a stranger Rafe, the one person who seems to believe her, she goes in search for her son. And she is determined to get him back no matter what it takes.

My review.

Emma’s Baby is Abbie Taylor’s very first novel. I was glued to it from page one. It is so full of tension that I am looking forward to Abbie Taylor’s second novel. The story starts of Sunday 17th September Emma took her baby son Ritchie out of the day to Spitalfields market. Emma heads of back home on the blue and red london underground circle line. with the train approaching Emma lifts Ritchie out of his buggy and steered him on to the empty carriage holding on to his harness. the door closes and she is still gripping Ritchie’s harness. Emma pressed the open button but nothing happened. Pointing to a lady on the train shouting my baby. A lady mouths to Emma next stop. Emma makes her way to the next stop. When Emma arrives at the next stop Emma is pleased to see that the lady Antonia has Ritchie for Emma. Antonia takes Emma and Ritchie to a cafe but when Emma goes to the toilet Antonia takes off with baby Ritchie. Emma ends up in hospital telling the police that a lady has taken her son but the police do not believe her and ask Emma are you sure that the child didn’t belong to the other woman. Can Emma get the police to listen to her?. I highly recommend Emma’s Baby. I hope that many readers will enjoy reading Emma’s Baby as much as I have.


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