Lullaby And Goodnight
Hush Little Baby, Don't You Cry. . .
At thirty-nine, Peyton Somerset has an enviable life, with a thriving advertising career and a beautiful Manhattan apartment. And now she's going to have the one thing she wants most--a baby. Peyton's biological clock went off just as her fianc#65533; took off, leaving her at the altar. So Peyton's going it alone. Already, she's making plans for the little one inside her. . .buying the layette, daydreaming, and worrying over the littlest things. That's only natural. All mothers do. But Peyton has reason to worry. In fact, she has every reason to be terrified. . .
Mama Won't Be Singing Any Lullabies.
As the months pass, Peyton can't help feeling that something is terribly wrong. She's certain that someone has been in her apartment, that she's being followed, that someone is watching her. Maybe it's just hormonal paranoia that makes her distrust everyone around her. Or maybe her maternal instincts are dead on. Maybe there's someone close who doesn't think she should give birth at all. Someone who would do anything to have a baby. Anything. . .
"If you like Mary Higgins Clark, you'll love Wendy Corsi Staub."--Lisa Jackson
Praise for the novels of Wendy Corsi Staub
"Keeps readers in the dark until the final pages. . .offers a challenging puzzle and some eerie chills." -- Publishers Weekly
"Bunker down for a great read!"--Lisa Gardner, New York Times bestselling author
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