'We see what the whole family goes through as the mother develops dementia' 'Professionals and family members alike will be able to relate to this tale told sensitively and insightfully' 'The beauty of the book is that we then see the same situation through completely different eyes the eyes of Doris' 'The author plays out the story beautifully' 'It provides an amazing insight into the thought process of someone with dementia, as well as being a gripping and heartfelt narrative.' 'Far from being just a book about dementia though, the story will hold your interest throughout, culminating in a twist at the end.' --Journal of Dementia Care
'At the Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling, we liked this book so much that we arranged for copies to be given to about 600 delegates from around the world at our international conference. It offers inspiration and hope to anyone learning how to make things better for people with dementia and their carers. And for everyone else, it's just a really good read.' --Professor June Andrews
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About the Author
Hazel McHaffie is a trained nurse and midwife who has carried out extensive research into medical ethics and has lectured around the world. She is widely published in the medical and academic spheres, and her move into fiction is a culmination of her far-reaching medical knowledge and her creative writing talent. Her previous novel was short listed for the British Medical Association award.