A powerful, propulsive re-imagining of America's most notorious kidnapping, told through the eyes ofthe woman who found herself at the heart of this terrible crime.
'Gripping and elegant' Nina de Gramont, author of The Christie Affair
A propulsive re-imagining of America's most notorious crime of the twentieth century, told through the eyes of
the young woman who found herself at the heart of the case.
The world knows Betty Gow by another name - the Lindbergh nanny. But she wasn't always infamous.
In 1932, Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh are the most celebrated and intriguing couple in America. On March 1, just after 8pm, their baby son is stolen from the Lindbergh family home, the case making international headlines.
Betty is the last person to see young Charlie alive. Betty discovers he is missing. Betty is a suspect.
Now she must discover the truth about what really happened to young Charlie, in order to clear her own name - and to find justice for the little boy she loves.