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On a cold winter's night, a heavily pregnant teenage girl appears at a London hospital. She refuses to give her name, and gives birth to a baby girl. But immediately after the birth, she disappears, leaving the baby alone in the hospital. On a cold winter's night, a heavily pregnant teenage girl appears at a London hospital. She refuses to give her name, and gives birth to a baby girl. But immediately after the birth, she disappears, leaving the baby alone in the hospital.


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On a cold winter's night, a heavily pregnant teenage girl appears at a London hospital. She refuses to give her name, and gives birth to a baby girl. But immediately after the birth, she disappears, leaving the baby alone in the hospital. On a cold winter's night, a heavily pregnant teenage girl appears at a London hospital. She refuses to give her name, and gives birth to a baby girl. But immediately after the birth, she disappears, leaving the baby alone in the hospital.

30 review for Mummy's Little Girl: A Desperate Race To Save A Lost Child

  1. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Life was never going to be easy for little Dani Sinclair… On a cold winter's night, a heavily pregnant teenage girl appears at a London hospital. She refuses to give her name, and gives birth to a baby girl. But immediately after the birth, she disappears, leaving the baby alone in the hospital. The child, named Dani after the midwife who delivered her, is put up for adoption. Twelve years later Dani is living with a foster family. A vulnerable and unworldly girl, Dani is an inconvenience and alwa Life was never going to be easy for little Dani Sinclair… On a cold winter's night, a heavily pregnant teenage girl appears at a London hospital. She refuses to give her name, and gives birth to a baby girl. But immediately after the birth, she disappears, leaving the baby alone in the hospital. The child, named Dani after the midwife who delivered her, is put up for adoption. Twelve years later Dani is living with a foster family. A vulnerable and unworldly girl, Dani is an inconvenience and always being blamed for things that aren't her fault. After being wrongly accused of performing an act of petty childish spite, Dani is sent to a children's home. The home is full of difficult children, who bully and victimise Dani. Terrified of both the children and the grown-ups, she runs away. Dani spends several nights on the streets of London, begging for food. When a stranger offers her something to eat and a place to sleep, she accepts gratefully. But what she does not know is that this man is a brutal pimp who tries to drag Dani into a violent, drug-fuelled world of prostitution. Soon she is plunged into an unimaginable nightmare of abuse that she truly believes will never end. But there is one person out there searching for Dani; one person who has her best interests at heart; one person who will do anything to save her. It's just a matter of whether she can find her in time… This was the second Jane Elliott book I read, the first being 'Sadie' which I thought was so good she couldn't possibly write anything better, but she did and it's 'Mummy's Little Girl'. This book blew me away. I don't even know where to begin with reviewing this book. I felt so many emotions I didn't even know I had whilst reading it, even somebody made of stone would shed a tear at this! There isn't much I want to say about this book because I don't want to give any of it away. The characters were believable, Elliott makes you feel so close to where all the action is taking place and you could picture the scene so vividly you could almost be in the same room. My heart was racing a few times towards the end of the book. The book deals with issues that not many people would like to touch on and I think this is what makes it such a good read. The twist at the end was no surprise, but that didn't spoil the book at all. I suggest that do whatever you can right now to go and buy this book, I promise you will love it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    DenXXX

    Another book I wanted to read in one sitting as I needed to see if there was a happy ending for a little girl who had never asked for any trouble. Dani was abandoned at birth and at first life with her foster parents wwas great, then they had kids of their own and her foster dad left, her foster mother then started abusing her and making her life hell. She was rescued from this situation and put into a children's home which was no better - the others bullied her and her case worker gave her the c Another book I wanted to read in one sitting as I needed to see if there was a happy ending for a little girl who had never asked for any trouble. Dani was abandoned at birth and at first life with her foster parents wwas great, then they had kids of their own and her foster dad left, her foster mother then started abusing her and making her life hell. She was rescued from this situation and put into a children's home which was no better - the others bullied her and her case worker gave her the creeps. The only option was to run away. But she was seen by a monster who befriended her before locking her in a flat with another druggie girl and then selling her body. She felt as if she was at the end of her tether and nothing would ever be normal again - what she didn't reckon on was her real mother endlessly searching for her and never giving up until she was safely back in her arms.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chantelle

    Not the best of endings but a touching story that I'm happy to read again. Not the best of endings but a touching story that I'm happy to read again.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shanna Souza

    Omg !!! Amazing tragic story. I couldn't wait to see how it ended that I finished this book so fast. I imagined it like a movie playing. They should make it into a movie. Omg !!! Amazing tragic story. I couldn't wait to see how it ended that I finished this book so fast. I imagined it like a movie playing. They should make it into a movie.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Kinsky

    Brilliant book!! I like the fact it is fast-paced and I couldn't wait to see whether she would find her little girl and what would happen to the "baddies". Brilliant book!! I like the fact it is fast-paced and I couldn't wait to see whether she would find her little girl and what would happen to the "baddies".

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    I loved this story. made me want to shake some people, but that's good to incite such emotion!! I loved this story. made me want to shake some people, but that's good to incite such emotion!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Aleasha

    Could not put this down. So sad and terrifying! I was on edge the entire time reading it!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    Heartwrenching and very sad. Follows the life of a young girl who is abused and then is reunited with the mother who abandoned her at birth.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Art

    You just have to keep on turning the pages.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Gemma Prowse

    Excelent,cudnt put it down xxx

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    a very good book

  12. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    brilliant book from start to finish.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Stepj Gear

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One day! One day is all it took to write this heartbreaking and dramatic read! I was pulled in from the very first chapter and felt sad as I read what Hayley and Dani both endured at young ages, knowing that, although this book was fiction, then this type of horror does go on, and there are children out there who are abused, unloved and made to feel unworthy. I look at my children and I can’t imagine them ever feeling pain as Hayley and Dani do. I read with horror as the abuse spanned over the bo One day! One day is all it took to write this heartbreaking and dramatic read! I was pulled in from the very first chapter and felt sad as I read what Hayley and Dani both endured at young ages, knowing that, although this book was fiction, then this type of horror does go on, and there are children out there who are abused, unloved and made to feel unworthy. I look at my children and I can’t imagine them ever feeling pain as Hayley and Dani do. I read with horror as the abuse spanned over the book, not wanting to read or be a witness to it, but at the same time willing there to be a good outcome. The story had me gripped, and I prayed for the moment that Baxter would get his comeuppance - great story! It is tainted by the thought of how close to reality this is, and my heart aches for all those children out there who experience this type of pain and suffering.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Leach

    This is a very dark and disturbing tale of what probably happens more often than I'd like to think. Dani is abandoned at birth and enters the care system only to be abused by her foster family. She is put into a care home, where more abuse happens so she runs away and ends up as a prisoner, a prostitute and a heroin addict at the age of 12. Luckily, she is eventually rescued by her birth mother (after witnessing a murder) but all these ACES would have left her with serious mental health issues. This is a very dark and disturbing tale of what probably happens more often than I'd like to think. Dani is abandoned at birth and enters the care system only to be abused by her foster family. She is put into a care home, where more abuse happens so she runs away and ends up as a prisoner, a prostitute and a heroin addict at the age of 12. Luckily, she is eventually rescued by her birth mother (after witnessing a murder) but all these ACES would have left her with serious mental health issues. I'm glad this book is fictional but it makes me sad to think that these things do happen to children and I'm not sure what I can do to protect them.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Laura Busca

    Una storia toccante che fa rimanere incollati al libro fino alla fine, l’ho letto in un giorno da quanto non riuscissi a staccarmene! La storia di una ragazzina sfortunata che si affaccia al mondo della prostituzione per sopravvivere ma è una storia anche di prigionia e amicizia veramente commovente...tanto più che è una storia vera!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Una

    I loved this book so much I read it in 24 hours. She wrote so well to describe the utter hell the little girl is put through. So horrifying yet you couldn’t stop reading it. Definitely not a light book but gives a snapshot into an evil world that isn’t too far from us.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Samu

    Horrifying, but parts of it not very believable. Fast and disturbing read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Boulton

    An excellent book, well written and makes you want to cry with some of the story which you know happens in real life

  19. 5 out of 5

    Traci Smith

    Good book This was a well written book. I really enjoyed reading this. I recommend this book. Also recommend Little Prisoner by Jane Elliot

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sharron Green

    Gripping

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mei

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gwen Hodgkinson

  23. 4 out of 5

    Debora

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jill Grant

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mahmuda nazneen

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Phillips

  27. 4 out of 5

    NAE

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Massey

  29. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chase Hodapp

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