Lucy Winters’ parents have always been there for her. Loving, gentle and kind they have given her everything she could have wished for. Now, estranged from her husband, she has moved to the country to take over their thriving auction business. The moment she begins to prepare for her first sale she knows she’s made the right decision. And she dares to hope that at last she is living the life she has always dreamed of.


But then, quite suddenly, her world is thrown into turmoil. She discovers a shocking truth, one that forces her to question everything she has ever known. And it becomes frighteningly possible that the very people who should have protected her are the ones who have betrayed her in the most devastating of ways. Can she ever forgive them? Can they ever forgive themselves…?


Reviews for “Stolen”

  • Donna says:

    I just finished and loved this book! Is there a follow up? Sarah’s phone rang near the end and I felt like it was never fully addressed?

    • Susan Lewis says:

      I’m so pleased you enjoyed this book, but I’m afraid there isn’t a follow up. Maybe you’d enjoy Missing, or No Child of Mine and Don’t Let Me Go (they’re a pair) as an alternative? 🙂

    • Lauren says:

      ‘no child of mine’ and ‘don’t let me go’ are probably the best books I have ever read! I highly recommend them!

  • Kate Simpson says:

    This so far is my favourite Susan Lewis Book. The story starts almost normally in the fact it is every mother’s nightmare or losing a child. What can happen in those milliseconds can change lives forever. How one reacts or does not re act, the guilt and the subsequent constant search for the lost child. There is no point looking to the last page for answers because you will miss a lot of the twist! The build up to the finale is superb and when it does come it hits you below the gut. One would normally think of Maddy McCann but for me it was a very personalised story. As a child I never knew my mother and I think the emotions that come from that led me to get a far more personal level than other readers may. It is almost a thriller

    • Susan Lewis says:

      Kate, this is such a lovely review, thank you so much. I’m so pleased the book meant so much to you, and I very much appreciate you taking the time to share your view.

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