Review: Baby dear by Linda Huber (Bloodhound Books)

 A woman without a child, a woman about to give birth but not sure she even wants it.

A husband unsure about a new baby.

Another desperate for a family with his wife.

Linda Huber brings all the complex emotions, challenges and presumptions about childbirth, mothers and fathers into a fast-paced taut thriller that sees seemingly normal suburbna lives thrown into ultimately tragic chaos as the characters’ stories intertwine and collide.

The fictionalisation of every mother’s worse fear, a snatched child, and the desperate hunt to find her.

It is difficult not to find a level of sympathy with every individual, each muddling through their lives when the worst happens.

Once you pick this book up you won’t be able to put it down until the dramatic finale.