Can Anybody Help Me? by Sinéad CrowleyIt was crazy really, she had never met the woman, had no idea of her real name but she thought of her as a friend. Or, at least, the closest thing she had to a friend in Dublin.
Struggling with a new baby, Yvonne turns to netmammy, an online forum for mothers, for support. Drawn into a world of new friends, she spends increasing amounts of time online and volunteers more and more information about herself.
When one of her new friends goes offline, Yvonne thinks something is wrong, but dismisses her fears. After all, does she really know this woman?
But when the body of a young woman with striking similarities to Yvonne’s missing friend is found, Yvonne realises that they’re all in terrifying danger. Can she persuade Sergeant Claire Boyle, herself about to go on maternity leave, to take her fears seriously?
Can Anybody Help Me?
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But what if, despite what everyone says, you still feel alone? We asked our mental health community for some suggestions to get us started. Most of all, we want you to know that if you get frustrated by people telling you to reach out , we feel you. Here are some things you can do when it feels like you have no one:. Although this process might be tricky, it can be worth it when you find the right one. When I cut off contact with my family, I felt like none of my friends could relate.
A brilliantly original and genuinely scary debut. Crowley's prose is direct and propulsive. I loved this book Chilling, riveting and briliantly written, you'll be up reading this way into the night! Believable characters combined with escalating tension make this an edge-of-your-seat read. Working for radio, television and online, she has covered stories ranging from general elections to the Eurovision Song Contest, and has reported from locations including Southern Africa, Azerbaijan and the Oscars. A self-confessed internet addict, she discovered the world of parenting websites when on maternity leave with her first child. Sinead lives in Dublin with her husband and two young sons.