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An unconscious pregnant mother's fate lies in the hands of her divided family - can they make the right decisions, and can they ever heal?

I Will Always Love You, Sweet Pea

A mother's promise to her little girl that when the new baby arrives, life will not change, only get better. The mother - Sarah - pours her heart into seven letters, one for every word.

Five months into her pregnancy Sarah collapses and the beautiful life she dreamt of turns into a nightmare. With Sarah's future, and the future of her pregnancy, in their hands, her husband and sister fiercely disagree about what the doctors should do. And the crisis reveals devastating fault-lines in the lives of the entire family.

All the time the clock is ticking. The medics need a decision. Can her family get beyond the fog of grief and anger to figure out what's for the best? And can it ever heal?

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  • Seven Letters
    Sinead Moriarty

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    9781844884087

    March 7, 2019

    Penguin eBooks

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    9781844884070

    May 7, 2019

    Penguin Ireland

    448 pages

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Extract

1

Sarah smiled to herself as two more bottles of wine were ordered. Some of the school mothers were getting very loose-tongued and it was extremely entertaining.

‘Wait until you hear this.’ Molly’s mum leaned forward and the others huddled and strained to hear her. She milked the attention, pausing for dramatic effect as she took a sip of her wine. Then, in a very loud attempt at a whisper, she said, ‘Did you know that Ethan Kennedy’s mother –’

‘Who’s Ethan Kennedy?’ Frank’s mum interrupted.

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