It’s every mother’s worst nightmare…
What should have been a happy family day out quickly turns into a nightmare for Jess Finnegan. One minute she is thankful for a few minutes’ peace away from the demands of motherhood. The next she is frantically searching for husband Mickey and 8-month old Louis.They have disappeared, nowhere to be seen.
As the police launch a massive manhunt, Jess’s panic intensifies. Then Mickey is found, badly beaten — and alone. Where is Louis? Is he still alive? Could he be the victim of child trafficking or something much closer to home? Just how well does Jess know her new husband? And when her wayward brother turns up out of the blue, what is he after? As the investigation unravels, Jess discovers that the people closest to you are not always what they seem…
Read an exclusive extract from Lullaby HERE.
“An accomplished, disturbing debut”
(Peter Guttridge, The Observer)
“In this promising debut, journalist Seeber tackles the difficult, and horribly topical, subject of child abduction …. Jessica is a compelling character, and Lullaby is a powerful and sensitive treatment of every parent’s worst nightmare.”
(Laura Wilson, The Guardian)
“A chilling debut”
“The tension is so high that you’ll find yourself grinding your teeth ….. even through the most traumatic sections of the book you feel that you just can’t put it down. A real tour de force, in your face, page turner …. a good start to what I hope is a long career for Seeber.”
(Charles Packer, Sci-Fi Online)
“A confident debut from journalist and documentary maker Seeber written with panache.”
(Cath Staincliffe, Tangled Web)
“An elegantly-constructed mystery about the disappearance of baby Louis and husband Mickey during a visit to the Tate Modern will have you turning the pages until the neat twist at the very end. Highly recommended.”
(Sue Magee, The Bookbag)