Who can forget the image of Sarah Payne? In this haunting memoir, her mother Sara describes the terrible days surrounding the abduction and murder of her daughter by paeodophile, Roy Whiting. A heartrending personal account of every family's worst nightmare.
Sara Payne won the hearts of the country when she, with husband, Mike, appealed for the return of their missing daughter Sarah. The whole nation grieved when Sarah's murdered body was found. When Sara found strength to campaign for the controversial Sarah's Law she again won respect and admiration. She is a strong personality fuelled by a determination to protect the lives and innocence of all children after her own tragic loss.
'I would challenge anyone to read it and not cry, many times.' -- The Sunday Times 20040704 'I would challenge anyone to read it and not cry, many times.' -- Sunday Times 20040704 '... this is the true value of Sara's book ..., it illustrates the sheer mess murder can make of daily life.' -- Guardian 20040704