From Cradle to Grave
by Patricia MacDonald

A nail-biting novel of domestic suspense from a bestselling author

When Morgan Adair arrives at the small seaside town of West Briar on the Long Island shore, she is looking forward to attending the baptism of her new godson, Drew. Morgan and Claire have been friends since childhood, and Morgan was delighted when Claire married the handsome Guy Bolton.

But Morgan’s excitement is tempered by concern: since Drew’s birth, Claire has been suffering from post-natal depression which she seems unable to shake off. When the christening party is interrupted by the unexpected arrival of a young girl who claims to be Guy’s daughter, Claire’s fragile equilibrium is shattered. A few days later Morgan receives a devastating phone call from her friend . . .


Taut and gripping, with mind-bending twists and turns, this chilling page-turner from the best-selling MacDonald will delight fans of psychological thrillers, romantic suspense, and women's fiction.

Booklist Starred Review

Mary Higgins Clark fans who aren’t too finicky about legal detail will welcome this domestic suspense novel from Mac-Donald

Publishers Weekly

Patricia MacDonald

Patricia MacDonald is an internationally-bestselling author of thrilling suspense. Her previous novels include Suspicious Origin, Stranger in the House, Not Guilty, and the Edgar Award-nominated The Unforgiven.

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From Cradle to Grave by Patricia MacDonald is available in the following formats

Hardback978072786844230th October 2009145 X 222mm256£21.99
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