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A mother's fight to clear her name and seek justice for her murdered son

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‘I couldn’t grieve for him. I couldn’t speak to any of my family. It was like I’d been found guilty before I could be proved innocent’

Losing a child is any mother’s worst nightmare, but how do you grieve when you’re being blamed for his death?

When Sarah Rose discovered her 15-month-old son Kamran had been brutally murdered, she was immediately put under arrest. The days she spent in jail were terrifying and harrowing, but it was when she heard the results of the post-mortem that the truth hit her: her boyfriend, Nicholas, the man she’s loved and trusted, had beaten her little boy to death. Heartbroken, isolated and alone, she knew she’d have to fight to prove her innocence and put Nicholas behind bars.

Tragic, moving, yet ultimately uplifting, this is story of a mother’s love and her battle for the truth.

Formats & editions

  • Paperback

    9780091960407

    October 15, 2015

    Ebury Press

    320 pages

    RRP $15.99

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  • EBook

    9781473503571

    September 24, 2015

    Ebury Digital

    320 pages

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