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It is the late 1800s. A young child is kidnapped by her tutor and secreted into seclusion, muted by terror. Will she find sanctuary, and her voice, before it is too late and she is silenced forever? Can anyone she risks to trust, truly protect her? What if safety is only an illusion and nightmares come alive?
As the child’s trail goes cold, Mark Monsey, police officer, remains haunted by it. In spite of little departmental support, he doggedly follows what clues he has. Crisscrossing the county from isolated lighthouses, estates, and groundskeepers cottages, to limestone caves, spooky cellars and dreary train stations, he becomes increasingly aware things are not what they seem and he is being deceived. Can he find the truth, and will it matter when storm clouds and death spread faster than any of them can foresee?
Advance Praise for Na’ama Yehuda’s Emilia
“Emilia is a beautiful portrait of pain and redemption, of depravity and the lengths to which a good few will go to right the world after devastating personal catastrophe. Full of vivid characters and emotional depth, Emilia is a captivating story that immerses the reader in rich scenes painted with detailed clarity, and populated with people who will find a permanent place in your heart. Emilia is an exceptional novel that will be beloved.” Kathy Steele, MN CS, Co-Author of “The Haunted Self”, “Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation” and “Treating Trauma Related Dissociation”
“Wow! Great book! The characters feel real, genuinely doing their best to find ways to manage Emilia’s reality, and Emilia herself showing much courage. The story is realistic and very touching. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Bravo!” Lynette S. Danylchuk, Ph.D.; Past President, International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, Co-Author of “Treating Complex Trauma and Dissociation” (in press)
“Gripping and immensely moving; this book became an unexpected learning opportunity. Thank you for this, and well done!” Mary B., New Jersey, USA (schoolteacher and adoptive mom
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