For the Sake of a Child

For the Sake of a Child

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Ginny Ford is pleased to win the coveted job of housekeeper to the directors of PhizzFace Inc. However, her joy becomes tarnished by an accidental find whilst cleaning, leading her to suspect that all is not as it should be on the managerial corridor. Delving deeper, she is shocked to uncover a secret paedophile network that has remained hidden for years, involving the very people she has come to know and trust. Unable to live with her conscience, she decides that she cannot keep quiet and that she must find a way of helping all the children involved. However, by speaking out against her employers, Ginny realises too late that she has put her entire family in more

Product details

  • Paperback | 110 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.35mm | 222.26g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514120321
  • 9781514120323
  • 1,587,827

About Stevie Turner

Stevie is a medal winner in the New Apple Book Awards for 2014 for her Suspense/Thriller 'A House Without Windows'. She writes about the darker side of relationships that can sometimes be conveniently glossed over by the majority in an effort to present wonderfully perfect and impossibly beautiful protagonists. Her characters are not perfect; they're not usually too young, they've lived a bit, and once you get into the book you'll find that they have an interesting story to tell. Their saving grace is that happily they do have quite a good sense of humour. Stevie lives in East Anglia, UK, and is married with two sons and four more

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162 ratings
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2 8% (13)
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