If I Should Lose You
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Camille works as an organ transplant nurse, counselling families through heart-rending decisions. But at home, her own daughter Addie is critically ill. When an invitation to curate an exhibit arrives from artist Jack Darcy, her late mother’s lover, Camille is plunged into unresolved questions about her childhoood and her mother’s life.
As Addie gets sicker, Camille wonders how far she will go to save her child – and how much of herself she can give when she has everything to lose.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘Well written and structured, this moody read will leave you thinking.’ Canberra Times
‘Through a cast of memorable characters, If I Should Lose You pitches art against life, and in the process exposes life in all its frailties. Here is a story that resonates long after reading.’ Andrea Goldsmith
‘I was captivated by this honest, beautiful story that fuses love and art with the most profound challenges of motherhood. Written with extraordinary emotional wisdom and intelligence.’ Liz Byrski
‘a profound and confronting novel worth reading.’ Weekend Courier
‘… a delicate, beautiful and captivating story.’ Subiaco Post
‘It is a subtle and sensitive work that eloquently tackles loss, love and life.’ West Australian