Hush Little Baby by Deborah M. Piccurelli
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Hush Little Baby by Deborah Piccurelli opens with investigator, Amanda Blake starting her first day undercover at an abortion clinic. She has taken an administrative assistant position to hopefully discover illegal practises done there by the physician. This doctor performed an abortion on her sister years ago and she died from it. Amanda wants to expose him and keep him from continuing to abort babies. She is a Christian and is pro-life so this assignment has multiple negative parts to it. She cannot let her guard down though. She is currently separated from her husband. Amanda must decide whether it is time to file for divorce while having to work with her husband, also on the investigation. They are both little people. I thought that the author gave the reader a true glimpse into the complications of life as a little person but also to show how very much they are so like us. Several other societal issues are covered in this intriguing book; single parenting, divorce, to have children or not, abortion and selling of body tissues.
I found myself hurrying through my day to get back to the book.
I recommend this Hush Little Baby. I was given an copy by The Book Club Network for my hones review.
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