It is 1967 and Maureen (Mo) and Tony are happily married with a young family.
In 1999, Clare and Bob, too, are happily married with a young son.
Lying in wait is a tragedy that will change all their lives forever.
This is one family’s journey, with two stories entwined across five decades. It is a true account of the strength of the human spirit when faced with adversity.
Clare Cogbill was born in the mid-1960s and has spent much of her adult life working with animals, and as a lecturer. In this book, from personal experience, she explores the issues of organ donation, generosity, grief and the human-animal bond. It is a true story that readers will find thought-provoking and captivating.
This book is a portrait of love, of loss, of hope...
By the author of
‘A Dog Like Ralph’