A Halo of Strawberries
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A story of moral choices, of a man forced to confront the depths of despair and salvage his soul.

Peter Nugent, manager of a theatre company and former actor, has just been diagnosed with cancer when he receives devastating news that his beloved 17 year-old granddaughter, Melanie, has committed suicide.

The tradgedy saps his will to go on living.

He learns from Robin Blackwel...more
Paperback, First, 246 pages
Published February 2012 by CreateSpace
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Graeme Stokes
A story of moral choices, of a man forced to confront the depths of despair and salvage his soul.

Peter Nugent, manager of a theatre company and former actor, has just been diagnosed with cancer when he receives devastating news that his beloved 17 year-old granddaughter, Melanie, has committed suicide.

The tradgedy saps his will to go on living.

He learns from Robin Blackwell, hospital employee and pro-lifer, that Melanie had an abortion before she died. Blackwell incites Peter to action against h...more
Wellington City Libraries
Very good but sad. Picked it up and read, if it got too sad I would leave and return to it.Apart from that could hardly get my nose out of it. Good ending.Very Good. Also moralistic, could get through to irresponsible young males too.
Thomas W Devine
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