Mummy's Still Here is the sequel to Jeanne D'Olivier's novel Mummy Where Are You?
If you saw the film Spotlight, you will find this book equally horrifying and compelling. It demonstrates the corruption and flaws in the family court that allow children who have alleged abuse to be placed with the abuser and the horrors of life for a mother who cannot protect her child because the agencies set up to protect children are often responsible for covering up abuse and protecting abusers.
This novel tells the harrowing story of how a mother who reported the sexual abuse of her son was persecuted by the system and eventually lost her child to the very person he alleged had abused him.
Charlotte continues to fight for her son through a series of endless court hearings and against all odds, leaving no stone unturned in her attempt to save her child and bring him home safely.
The story begins where the last novel left off with her having lost everything, but having recently been released from jail where she was incarcerated for fleeing from those who were determined to take her beloved child and place him in the hands of the one person he said had harmed him.
Mummy's Still Here is based on a true story...and is written for all mothers in Britain today who have lost children through no fault of their own and in the most horrifying of circumstances.
Most of all, the novel is a testament to the love Charlotte has for her little boy and to show him that Mummy is still here.
©2015 Jeanne D'Olivier (P)2016 Jeanne D'Olivier