'Gripping and elegant... brings readers into the interior of the twentieth century's most infamous crime' Nina de Gramont, author of The Christie Affair
SHE WAS THE LAST PERSON TO SEE THE BABY...
You may not know Betty Gow's name - but 'the Lindbergh nanny' is infamous.
In 1932, all eyes are on Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, the most glamorous and intriguing couple in America. But who was paying attention when, one evening in early March, their baby son was stolen from the family home?
The Lindbergh nanny is the first person to discover Charlie missing... and the last to see him that night.
With the world watching on, Betty must discover the truth about what really happened to young Charlie, to clear her own name - and to find justice for the little boy she loves.
A propulsive re-imagining of America's most notorious crime of the twentieth century, told through the eyes of the young woman who found herself at the heart of the case.