About this book
A touching, moving and inspirational memoir of how the author was left to raise his two young daughters, after their mother was murdered. It's the story of how he became Mummydaddy, and the pitfalls along the way: from what to tell them about their mother's violent death to the practicalities of packing up their lunches, and from helping your children to grieve when your own grief is so sharp it threatens to overwhelm you. It's now the 20th anniversary of Lizzi Howe's murder, and the family are certainly different but not damaged. It's a story full of tears, but also of love, family and redemption. Review and feature coverage are guaranteed.
When your children lose their mother can you even try to take her place?