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Lullaby by Claire Seeber

Lullaby (2007)

by Claire Seeber

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This book isn't bad, but it suffers a kind of identity crisis. Is it suspense? mystery? something more introspective? I'm not sure. It's a first novel, so maybe subsequent ones will have a better focus. ( )
  theonlinelibrarian | Feb 26, 2010 |
Although this was rather long in length, I absolutely loved it. The character of Jessica was very well written. Jessica's son is kidnapped at the Tate Museum and her husband found beaten in an alley. The lengths Jessica goes to find her son. Things and people are not always what they seem as Jessica soon finds out. Det Silver does everything he can to help find Jessica's son Luis and in doing so they develop a rapport. I wished the author would have developed this more. But again this was a very good story esp. finding out who kidnapped her son and why.
  laws | Feb 16, 2010 |
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Later, I couldn't think whose idea it had been to visit the Tate that day.
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In Lullaby, a chilling debut mystery by Claire Seeber, a happy family outing quickly turns into a nightmare for Jess Finnegan. One minute she is strolling through London’s Tate Museum with her new husband, Mickey, and her 8-month old son, Louis. The next she is frantically searching for them—both are nowhere to be seen. As the police launch a massive manhunt, Mickey is found badly beaten and alone. But 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.
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After Jess Finnegan's new husband and their 8-month-old son disappear during a trip to the Tate Museum, the police launch a massive manhunt and Jess discovers that the people closest to you are not always what they seem.

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