December 6, 2022

While The Baby Sleeps

 


While the Baby Sleeps

by Stephanie Hazeltine

Genre: Thriller 

Four mothers.
One body.
Many secrets.


Marnie is a first-time mum in a new town, paralysed by anxiety and pushing away her police-officer husband.

Peyton is a teen mum, living with her parents and longing to behave like other teenagers her age.

Fleur looks like the perfect picture of a mum who is coping and loving motherhood, but no one knows that under her beautiful dress, her body is covered in bruises caused by her husband.

Amalia, a single mum, lost her parents in tragic circumstances and will do anything to honour her mother’s dying wish and protect the family she has.

When these women meet at mothers’ group, they bond over feeding schedules and baby products, but when a local is found murdered, they discover it’s not their babies who will tie them to one another forever.

Each woman has a motive to kill and secrets to hide, but do they know who the real enemy is?


Stephanie Hazeltine is a contemporary fiction author who writes about fearless females as they fall in love, navigate motherhood or tackle mysteries. 

She lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband, two kids and two cavoodles. 


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8 comments:

  1. While Baby Sleeps sounds like an exciting read, showing how mothers can bond. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  2. Looking forward to reading this thriller. I love the character name, Fleur

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  3. This sounds like a good mystery, with somewhat different characters than many others.

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  4. I agree, this sounds like a fantastic thriller.

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  5. I have already guessed who the killer is, it's blatantly obvious.

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  6. Interesting thriller you ha ve there!

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  7. This sounds so intriguing. So much is going on.

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