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Publisher Description

‘All That is Left of Us is an emotional work of art which emphasises the power behind love and life… An extraordinary, memorable read…’ – The Writing Garnet

One of My Own…

Dawn loves being a mother. No matter how Archie came into her life, or the fact he's a little different from other children, he is precious and loved. He is hers, after all. Especially because she’s never told anyone who the father of her son is.

So when Dawn’s twin brother David and his wife Rebekah are struggling to have their own child, Dawn agrees to become their surrogate, as it is the one thing she can do to help.

However, creating the perfect family doesn’t always go to plan and when Dawn realises just how much her nephew needs his mother, she begins to wonder if the time has finally come to confront the past she has kept secret for so long.

From the author of Waiting for You comes a story of friendship, motherhood and hope.

What reviewers are saying about ‘All That is Left of Us’

‘a truly mesmerising read’ – Vikbat

‘A beautiful book jam packed with emotions.’ – Jessica (Goodreads)

‘I can't use enough words to say how much I loved this book.’ – Sylvia (Goodreads)


‘An emotional debut written straight from the heart’ – Julie Cohen, author of ‘Dear Thing’

‘A great concept with a theme lots of women will relate to. I really enjoyed it.’ – Katie Fforde, author of ‘A Summer at Sea’

'Memorable characters and a life-enriching, emotional plot. Love it.' – Sue Moorcroft

‘a great read which I thoroughly enjoyed.’ - Fiona’s Book Reviews

About the author

Catherine Miller writes contemporary women's fiction with grit. She is this year's Southampton City Libraries Writer In Residence and the Katie Fforde bursary winner. She was a finalist at the London Book Fair Write Stuff event pitching her novel, ‘Baby Number Two’, to a panel of judges, and shortly afterwards, was signed by Carina UK. When she's not writing, she's in charge of twin toddlers, or as they've just turned two, they are probably in charge of her.

Fiction & Literature
September 15
HQ Digital
Harper Collins Canada Limited

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