I raced through, unable to stop reading until I found out what was really going on. Gripping and thought provoking about motherhood and mental health. I loved it (Laura Marshall, bestselling author of FRIEND REQUEST)
Chilling and suspenseful, Mine bristles with paranoia, keeping you guessing until the very end. A gripping read (Karen Perry)
MINE is a true nerve-shredder, drawing you in until you're virtually screaming for resolution. Highly recommended. Susi Fox is a bright new star (Helen Fields bestselling author of Perfect Remains)
Taps into a deep, subliminal fear. I was so absorbed that when a friend tapped me on the shoulder, I jumped out of my skin (Jane Shemilt)
Digs deep to examine the dark side of motherhood - mental illness, failure, violent thoughts - and refuses to look away. Mine throws into question the sanity of the narrator, the trustworthiness of doctors and the reader's understanding of right and wrong (The Guardian)
Utterly compelling and brilliantly confounding. A novel where all possible explanations are suspect - even your own (Wendy James author of The Golden Child)
Compelling, dark, and claustrophobic. The setting is oppressive - a hospital that is the stuff of nightmares - and Fox's medical background lends credibility and fascinating detail that renders it all the more unsettling. I couldn't sleep until I finished it . . . and then I couldn't sleep at all (Dervla McTiernan author of The Ruin)
Gripping, creepy and nail-biting (Toni Jordan author of Our Tiny Useless Hearts)
Powerful, insightful and all too believable. Not knowing what is real and what isn't is the most frightening experience of all (Inga Simpson author of Where the Trees Were)
From the Back Cover
The baby in the nursery is not your baby.
Waking up after an emergency caesarean, you demand to see your son.
But it's someone else's child.
No one believes you - not the hospital, not your father, not your loyal husband.
They say you're delusional. Dangerous.
They suspect you want to steal another baby.
All you know is that you must find your own child before he's out of reach forever.
And you're a doctor - you would know if you were losing your mind.