'If you like Jodi Picoult try Melissa Hill' Woman and Home Good mother or bad ... who decides?'
With clever writing, this provocative tale is just so, so readable. Rosie can’t have her childhood vaccinations due to a medical condition, while Clara’s parents have decided not to vaccinate for personal reasons. When measles strikes both girls, is anyone to blame, and will life ever be the same again? Melissa Hill writes in such a compassionate and measured way, neither judging nor condemning, yet she brings this highly sensitive and volatile subject vibrantly to life. Mums Kate and Madeline take centre stage, allowing you an insight to their parenting decisions. I changed my mind as I read, thoughts flowing one way, then the other, understanding choices, questioning opinions, and thoroughly becoming part of this tale. ‘Keep You Safe’ lights the touch paper to a dramatic finale, all the while allowing you to make up your own mind, creating an absorbing, fascinating novel.
A mother always knows best. Doesn't she? h2>What if your choice for your child could harm someone else's? Every mother faces impossible choices. Vaccination is one of the hardest. For single mum Kate O'Hara, there was no decision to make. Her daughter Rosie is one of a small percentage of Irish children who can't be vaccinated against measles. All Kate can do is hope that her little girl is safe. For mummy blogger Madeleine Cooper, it was a leap of faith she wasn't prepared to take when she and her husband declined controversial measles jabs for their daughter Clara. All she can do is pray that it's the right decision. But when classmates Clara and Rosie both become sick will Kate pay for Madeleine's choice? A stunning and addictive new book club read from beloved bestselling Irish author Melissa Hill that explores every mother's worst fear
|Publication date:||19th April 2018|
|Publisher:||HQ an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Primary Genre||Family Drama|
Praise for Something from Tiffanys;
`The kind of book that you can't put down SUNDAY INDEPENDENT
`More twists and turns than a rollercoaster - a cracker of a read
MAIL ON SUNDAY on The Last to Know
`A gulp-in-one-go page-turner' - EVENING HERALD ON SOMETHING FROM TIFFANYS.
`Addictive!' - Grazia on SOMETHING FROM TIFFANYS.
'Quite simply, a wonderful book' - HELLO! MAGAZINE on SOMETHING FROM TIFFANYS.
Melissa Hill lives with her husband Kevin, their daughter Carrie, and their dog Homer in Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Previous titles, including The Charm Bracelet, Something from Tiffany's, The Truth About You and Please Forgive Me have all been bestsellers, and her books have been translated into twenty-three different languages. She is a Number One bestseller in Ireland and Italy.More About Melissa Hill