Author(s): Susi Fox
After waking from an emergency caesarean, you're dying to see your new baby. But when you're introduced something is wrong.
This is not your child.
The nurses assure you that the baby is yours.
Your husband believes them. And so does your father.
But how can you be wrong? You're a doctor. You know how easily mistakes are made.
When everyone is against you, do you trust your instincts?
You know only one thing . . .
You must find your baby.
'Taps into deep, subliminal fear. I was so absorbed that when a friend tapped me on the shoulder, I jumped out of my skin' Jane Shemilt, bestselling author of DAUGHTER
'I raced through, unable to stop reading until I found out what was really going on. Gripping and thought provoking about motherhood and mental health. I loved it' LAURA MARSHALL, bestselling author of FRIEND REQUEST
'Digs deep to examine the dark side of motherhood - mental illness, failure, violent thoughts - and refuses to look away. Mine throws into question the sanity of the narrator, the trustworthiness of doctors and the reader's understanding of right and wrong' THE GUARDIAN
Susi Fox is a writer and GP from rural Victoria, Australia, who is currently completing her Associate Degree in Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT. She received a 2015 Varuna Fellowship and was a participant in the 2015 QWC/Hachette Manuscript Development Program. Susi commenced her Master of Medicine at University of Sydney in 2017. Mine is her first novel.