Unbroken Trust: The Forbidden Goodbye of a Husband's Suicide Paperback – 23 May 2013
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About the Author
Jill Anderson has a degree in journalism and is a post-graduate research student with an MA in creative writing from University of Exeter. She lives in Exeter.
Top Customer Reviews
It seems too that the police technique is to defeat a suspect by getting detail and then confusing the suspect!
I was really angry about the police interviews and would hate to think of my wife going through a similar experience as we have both signed "Living Wills" with do not resuscitate instructions.
Would like to have had better advice in the book about the legal side rather than the intimate details of the illness.
My feeling would be that my wife would be innocent of any crime. Would it have been best for Jill to have made a simple statement that she was not guilty of any of the alleged offences for which she was arrested by the police and followed the "no comment" procedure adopted by seasoned criminals. Certainly at my age I would have inconsistences in any long drawn out interviews such as given to Jill and they would arise through lack of memory on detail. Wonder why Jill's solicitor did not intervene. In similar circumstances could one offer the police a statement prepared with the help of your own solicitor after the distress of the immediate situation was resolved?
It shows the way the police are relentless in trying to get the answers they want to hear to make their case easier for them.
There is still not enough research being done to help the hundreds of people suffering from this condition.
This story touched my heart as I to suffer from M.E. I could sympathise with every pain he felt and the amount of medication you are constantly trying, hoping to get some relief.
Five stars for a wonderful story, that I would recommend every sufferer, carer, family member and friend read to help you understand just a little bit what this illness does to you.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
While I admire the author and her strength given what she went through and the pain she would have experienced, perhaps it is only my mindset, but I am not finding the book particularly engaging reading.
I have reached halfway, and have decided to put it to one side, and give it another go when perhaps my headspace is different. At that point, my perception may be different, in which case I will update this review, but right now I am finding the book a tad tedious.