Cradle and All
Kensington Publishing Corporation
, 1999 - Fiction
- 392 pages
Kate McDonald is a dedicated social worker at a bustling Los Angeles hospital. Her husband Paul is a Deputy D.A. and a respected member of the hospital Board of Directors. Together, they've been blessed with a healthy new baby boy named Alex. But something else is happening at the McDonald home. Something terrifying.
A series of mishaps, each more bizarre than the last, has befallen the McDonalds' beautiful eight-month-old son, leading to a shocking accusation of abuse. Suddenly, Kate is pulled into the heart of a nightmare that not only threatens to destroy her career and her marriage, but her very sanity.
For Kate, learning the reason behind this torment means delving deep into the shadowy recesses of her own past, including the secrets she's hidden even from herself. Because what Kate can't remember may be the most dangerous thing of all.