With a long string of unbelievable stories to explain her frequent injuries, Social Services sees Katt is the stereotypical abused child. When she is admitted to hospital with yet another broken bone, they do the only logical thing to protect her, removing Katt from her mother’s custody.
But Katt and her mother know that something is wrong, and it has nothing to do with abuse, and the longer Katt stays in foster care, the worse her health gets. Can they get the answers they need before it is too late? Can they get the answers and get Katt back home?
—Reading EDS brought awareness to me of some real medical issues that get overlooked by the public and in our medical system. Although [P.D. Workman’s] books are fiction, they hold a remarkable amount of information.
—I didn’t want to put any of [the Medical Kidnap Files] down.
—I loved it… awesome to see what the friends had planned in book one start coming together, with a few bumps along the way. It was amazing.