Mother May I

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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, May 13, 2021 - Kidnapping - 336 pages
Marrying into a family with wealth, power and connections, Bree now has the perfect life: an adoring lawyer husband, two talented teenage daughters and a baby boy.But that perfect life is about to break. Watching from the balcony as her daughter rehearses for her school play, Bree's baby vanishes. And then her phone rings...To get her son back alive, Bree must complete one small but critical task. It seems harmless enough, but this one action comes with a devastating price. And now Bree finds herself complicit in a terrible crime, caught up in a tangled web of secrets that threatens to destroy everything she holds dear.

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Engaging right from the start. Loved the story line with plenty of twists to keep me reading. I will be checking out more of Joshilyn Jackson's books. Read full review

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I stayed up way past my bedtime reading... I had to know the ending of this! From the first chapter to the very end, I was interested. I never saw the twists coming, some of them hard to stomach... I ... Read full review

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About the author (2021)

Joshilyn Jackson lives in Decatur, Georgia with her husband and their two children. For the past six years she has taught creative writing and literature courses for Georgia's maximum security facility for women. Through their education-in-prison and re-entry programmes, Reforming Arts fosters the development of critical and creative thinking skills, encouraging students to build liveable lives. She's also an award winning audiobook narrator, performing most of her own work as well as other authors including Lydia Netzer and Marybeth Mayhew Whalen.

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