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The Lost Daughter

Sylvia Broady

384 pages
Allison & Busby Ltd

Alice Goddard runs through dark, rain-lashed streets with one thing in mind: her daughter. In her panic to escape her pursuer, she is hit by a car and rushed to hospital. When she wakes, she has no idea who she is, but dreams of being hunted by a man, and of a little girl.

As the weeks pass and her memories gradually resurface, Alice anxiously searches for her daughter, but no one is forthcoming about the girl’s whereabouts. Penniless and homeless, Alice must begin again and rebuild her life, always hoping that one day she will be reunited with her lost daughter.

Author Bio
Sylvia Broady was born in Hull and has lived in the area all her life, although she loves to travel the world. It wasn’t until she started to frequent her local library after World War II that her relationship with literature truly began, and her memories of the war influence her writing as does her home town. She has had a varied career in childcare, the NHS and the EYC Library Services, but is now a full-time writer.