Author(s): Rene Denfeld
'Poetic... Redemptive... Unflinching' Barry Forshaw, FINANCIAL TIMES
'A moving tale of resilience and hope in the face of the worst of humanity' Jon Coates, DAILY EXPRESS
'A compelling blast of cold air from the wintry woods, with elements of a dark fairytale' Alison Flood, OBSERVER
'A darkly luminous story of resilience and the deeply human instinct for survival, for love...The Child Finder is a novel that demands to be consumed and then once inside you - lingers...' A.M. Homes, author of MAY WE BE FORGIVEN
Naomi Cottle finds missing children. When the police have given up their search and an investigation stalls, families call her. She possesses a rare, intuitive sense, born out of her own experience, that allows her to succeed when others have failed.
Young Madison Culver has been missing for three years. She vanished on a family trip to the mountainous forests of Oregon, where they'd gone to cut down a tree for Christmas. Soon after she disappeared, blizzards swept the region and the authorities presumed she died from exposure.
But Naomi knows that Madison isn't dead. As she relentlessly pursues the truth behind Madison's disappearance, shards of a dark dream pierce defences that have protected her for so long. If she finds this child, will Naomi ultimately unlock the secrets of her own life?
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE CHILD FINDER:
'A beautifully written, gripping page turner...a book that is worth searching for, bringing home, and welcoming into your family. 5*' Goodreads
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'A wonderful, extraordinary book. The author speaks from her heart on every page.' 5* Goodreads
'I could not put this book down until the captivating conclusion.' 5* Goodreads
'I finished the book in a day, not wanting to put it down.' 5* Goodreads
'Wow...a page turner, keeping me in all weekend.' 5* Goodreads
'Loved it and will be recommending it to everyone I know.' 5* Goodreads
'The Child Finder is one of the most beautiful novels I've ever read.' 5* Goodreads