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Who knew her secret? And what happened that night?
On the hottest day of the year, Caroline Harvey is found dead in Suffolk. Her body is found draped over a cot - but the baby she was looking after is missing.
Hundreds of miles away, Siobhan Dillon is on a luxurious family holiday in France when her husband, Callum, is arrested by French police on suspicion of murder. As Siobhan’s perfect family is torn apart by the media in the nation’s frantic search for the missing baby, she desperately tries to piece together how Callum knew Caroline.
What happened that night? Was Caroline as innocent as she seemed - or was she hiding a secret of her own?
The thrilling new audiobook from the number one digital best-selling author of The Doll House and The Girl Next Door.
"I loved it, those twists!" (B A Paris, Sunday Times best-selling author of Behind Closed Doors and The Dilemma)
"A cracking page-turner from Phoebe Morgan." (Cara Hunter, Sunday Times best-selling author of All the Rage)
"Another brilliant read – possibly my favourite of hers yet. Tense, twisty and gripping. I was NOT expecting that twist!" (Claire Allan, internationally best-selling author of Her Name Was Rose)
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The title is very misleading, but don't be put off - it is a fantastic book! I would definitely recommend this book if you like thrillers that keep you guessing till the end.
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No tip for this "Babysitter"! The beginning and middle of this book were both very, very, very, very slow, and repetitive. After listening to the book for 4.5 hours, I couldn't take it anymore and made the decision to skip ahead and listen to the last hour of the book because I wanted to know who killed the babysitter and what happened to the baby. I also wanted to know what happened to the book's editor. Did the editor fall asleep while reading the first half of this book? This 11-hour book easily could have been an 8-hour book with a skilled editor. Although the first part of the book was painfully slow, the last hour of the book was superb. Unfortunately, it took the author ten hours of dialogue to get her act together. The book's plot was brilliant and it was too bad that the author just could not get all of the pieces of this thriller right. This book only had one narrator and would have benefitted from multiple narrators. The book unfolded from several POVs and two different time periods. This being said, it was difficult to identify who was who, as well as the time period that was being referenced. This book could have been one of my favorite reads of 2020, but it wasn't. Very disappointing.