Stolen Child - Laura Elliot Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561462 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Laura Elliot / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2010-07-22 by Avon
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by - written on 24/02/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
The wording on the front of this book underneath the main title simply asks 'Would you ever give up looking?' and I think most women would answer 'not for a very long time, if ever.' But the pain, the uncertainty and the longing would eventually ease and hopefully more children would be born and life would eventually regain some sort of equilibrium. But for the character of Carla Kelly after her two-day old daughter Isobel is stolen from her and her husband Robert Gardner, life will never be the same and for Carla in particular the loss will echo down the years changing everything she has ever been and hopes to be into ashes as she fails to let her beloved daughter go. .. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Review of 'Stolen Child', a novel by Laura Elliot I am reviewing the paperback version of this novel, published by Avon, a division of Harper Collins, in April 2010. ISBN 978-1847561442, 512 pages, cover price £6.99. Genre:- Modern Fiction. ==The Plot== Set in Ireland, the story opens in the late 1990's and follows the lives of two women. Glamorous lingerie model Carla Kelly marries Dublin based undercover policeman, Robert Gardner. Very soon Carla becomes pregnant and lands a contract to model maternity wear for a fashion designer. The range is called 'Anticipation' and hits the headlines with it's attractive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
When Carla Kelly marries Robert Gardiner after a whirlwind romance, their happiness is complete when Carla discovers she's pregnant. Tragedy strikes two days after baby Isobel is born, though, when Isobel is snatched without reason. Meanwhile, Susanne and David Dowling are celebrating the birth of their miracle child Joy. However Susanne is hiding a terrible secret and in her bid to keep her secret a secret, she rears Joy in near-isolation. As Carla and Robert begin the search for their daughter, their marriage begins to crumble under the strain. Carla refuses to move on, believing that her baby is still out there somewhere, waiting for her to find her. As the years ... Read the complete review
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