A Special Relationship by Douglas Kennedy

A book of unexpected twists; initially the story of a relationship set against the background of war-torn Africa, it quickly becomes a harrowing description of one woman’s descent into post-natal depression and the final section of the book is a gripping court-room drama. Comments from the group included “How can a male writer have such insight into post-natal depression?” and “Spot-on observation of how an American adjusts to life in England”.

We gave it a score of 8.5 out of 10 and concluded that this is a book we could recommend to all manner of readers.

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