Author: Amanda Prowse
Published: September 2015 by Head of Zeus
Category: Family Drama, Contemporary Fiction, Loss, Grief, Book Review
Grace and Tom Penderford had a strong marriage, a comfortable home in the Hertfordshire countryside, and a healthy baby girl. They were happy. They were normal.
This is much more than just a story of a family devastated by loss, it’s a wake up call about a common and potentially life threatening disease. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the Sepsis Trust.
Grace and Tom Penderford are very happy together and enjoy an up market lifestyle. Their lives were enhanced beyond measure when their daughter Chloe arrived three years ago. Grace has a high pressure job in the city, and the travelling is becoming a chore, tinged with a little resentment at the time spent away from her daughter, while Tom is more than happy…
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