A True Story
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The children’s parents were utterly distraught when little Kit, 18 months old, and his sister, Molly, 3 years, were brought into care as a result of suspected non-accidental injuries. One or both of the parents was thought to have harmed their children. Kit had a broken arm and bruises to his face and his sister was withdrawn and scared.
The parents maintained they had never hurt their children. Molly and Kit appeared to have been well looked after and missed their parents dreadfully. I wondered if the social services had got it wrong and Kit’s injuries were accidental.
However, both children became sick with a mysterious illness. I was very worried and asked for more hospital tests to be done. They’d already had a lot. When my daughter, Lucy, became ill too I thought I’d found the answer to Kit and Molly’s illness and the parents weren’t to blame. I couldn’t have been more wrong. What came to light was far more sinister and shocking.
Praise for Innocent
An excellent book with a disturbing story. Goodreads 5* review
Another fabulous story of courage by this wonderful family! Goodreads 5* review
Cathy Glass does it again. Another brilliant, moving read from Cathy. Goodreads 5* review.
A powerful story that had me hooked from start to finish. Audible 5 * review
Excellent as usual. I love all her books. Audible 5* review
Love it. Another Cathy Glass fostering memoir must read! An incredibly honest account of the highs and lows of fostering. Audbile 5* review
A very touching and sad story that you won’t be able to put down. Amazon 5*review.
Inspiring. An incredible read. Amazon 5* review.
Another great book. Cathy Glass is an outstanding author, mother, and most of all a great foster carer. Amazon 5* review.
Just finished Innocent. Another brilliant read. Twitter.
Began reading Innocent this morning and can’t put it down. Twitter.