Molly hears what sounds like footsteps in her home. It might be an intruder, but it might just be normal house noises. She is home alone with her young children, and she will do anything to keep them safe while trying not to overreact, because there’s no need to frighten the kids if the noises amount to nothing. What begins as an everyday fear, noises in the night, slowly escalates with each brilliant twist and turn of the story into a thrilling exploration of a mother’s greatest fears. Nearly every anxiety parents feel, particularly mothers, is explored in this novel making it a terrifying read for anyone with children, or even those who worry about things that go bump in the night. I highly recommend it.