Review: The Kindest Thing by Cath Stainclifee

The Kindest Thing, by Cath StaincliffeImagine that your partner of twenty or so years discovers that they are dying from a terminal disease. Now imagine that they’ve asked you to help them to die a little sooner, on their own terms. What would you do? This is the dilemma that faced Deborah and, after she went ahead and helped her husband Neil to die, she found herself charged and standing trial for murder with her own teenage daughter, Sophie, testifying against her.

Read the rest of my review for The Bookbag.

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