'Small Dogs Can Save Your Life is a candid exploration of the emotions and passions surrounding those events, and how she [Bel] survived thanks to the faithful love of her little dog, Bonnie.' – Sarah Vine, The Times Summer Reading
'Mooney's description of how she survived that shattering crisis is often raw, but her darkest moments are beguiled by her pet's devotion and companionship.' – Daily Mail Summer Books
'A delight – charming, funny and heartening.' – Daily Mail's Christmas roundup
‘A moving and honest story of the end of a marriage which is
interwoven with fascinating anecdotes about dogs and people in history: the result is rich, rare and engrossing.’ – Antonia Fraser
About the Author
Bel Mooney is one of Britain’s most successful journalists and during her long career has written for publications as diverse as Cosmopolitan, the Daily Mirror, the Sunday Times, the Times and the Daily Mail. She is also the author of over 25 books, including six novels and a highly successful series of children’s books.
As well as writing, Bel has enjoyed a parallel career as a broadcast journalist, making many programmes for radio and television. Since 2005 she has gained a huge following as an advice columnist, first in the Times and currently in the Daily Mail.