The Perfect Mother - Margaret Leroy Reviews
Description:ISBN 0778303527 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Margaret Leroy / Paperback / 576 Pages / Book is published 2010-02-19 by Mira
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Catriona has the life she's always dreamed of: a loving husband, ...
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Catriona has a life she'd never dreamt possible as a child. Married to a man she loves, with a wonderful daughter and step daughter and a blossoming career as an artist, it would seem she has it all. But when her eight-year-old daughter, Daisy, starts feeling unwell with an unidentifiable illness, Cat is stunned to find herself accused of deliberately making her daughter sick. Suspected of Munchausen by Proxy, Cat is forced to relive her own traumatic childhood while at the same time fighting to clear her name and save her marriage. I read Margaret Leroy's The Drowning Girl last year, and really loved it, and so have been watching out for her latest book, The ... Read the complete review
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