By Leslie Lehr
"A fast paced and gripping exploration of a mother's love. a robust affecting novel." —Heather Gudenkauf, ny Times bestselling writer of The Weight of Silence and One Breath Away
How a ways Will a mom visit locate Her Daughter?
Michelle Mason can't do not forget that day, that force, that terrible crash that killed the younger guy in her vehicle. All she is aware is she's being held dependable, and her daughter is missing.
Despite a shaky marriage, a threatening lawsuit, and troubling flashbacks urgent in on her, Michelle throws herself into looking. Her daughter within the one one who may possibly comprehend what relatively occurred that day, however the deeper Michelle digs, the extra she questions the innocence of these closest to her, even herself. As her seek hurtles towards a shattering revelation, Michelle needs to face the most important problem of her life.
A poignant tale of the unshakable bond among mom and baby, What a mom Knows is ready discovering the fact that can set love free.
"Her characters are so real...They'll keep on with you lengthy after the e-book ends." —Hope Edelman, Motherless Daughters
"A poignant, strong novel." —Jillian Medoff, bestselling writer of I Couldn't Love You More and Hunger Point
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Cette expression, ce regard figé, je les connaissais. Elle était en proie à une vive émotion. – Professeur ? – D’où peut-il bien venir ? s’interrogea-t-elle à haute voix. – Ce codex appartenait à mon père, affirma Louise. Il m’en a fait don avant sa mort, en me demandant d’en prendre grand soin. C’était un bibliophile très averti. – Mais alors, il n’est pas à Robert, il est à toi ? – Il faisait partie de la collection de mon père. Je l’avais soigneusement mis à l’abri, j’ignore pourquoi il a fini entre les mains de Robert.
Côté, les organes mous arrachés à la vie… L’horreur chemina en moi. L’horreur dont seul l’humain se rend coupable. Je dus détourner les yeux, le malaise me guettait. Le professeur Maarek, quant à elle, scrutait chaque détail avec attention. – Quel esprit torturé a pu perpétrer une telle atrocité ? demandai-je. – C’est ce que vous et moi allons nous efforcer de découvrir, murmura-t-elle. 4 Un car de police veillait devant l’entrée du 45, rue d’Ulm. L’École était désormais placée sous haute surveillance.
8 – Hola ! Señor Masquelier, dit Guillermo en ouvrant la porte au commissaire. – Bonjour. Le commissaire suivit la haute silhouette du majordome jusqu’au grand salon aux fauteuils noirs. Il mâchait des chewing-gums à la nicotine, dont il déchirait soigneusement les enveloppes avant de les déposer dans un cendrier, comme il l’aurait fait avec les cendres d’une cigarette. Il sortit son iPad ainsi que ses deux BlackBerrys, qu’il mit sur vibreur, et que le professeur Maarek considéra, d’un air réprobateur, tandis que Guillermo était en train de disposer tasses et soucoupes pour le thé.