Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Size: 5.98 x 9.02 in
Author John Davies offers the latest in his growing portfolio of fiction novels and presents his sixth book under the prestigious Trafford publishing banner. Like many authors in the past, John Davies has chosen a moment in his writing career to put the power of the pen to a worthy cause. For instance, Charles Dickens exposed the horrors of the Victorian debtors' prison to which his father was incarcerated. John opens up the can of worms that is endemic in certain sections of the NHS of persuading unfortunate pregnant women to terminate their fetus when told it is likely to be born with Down's syndrome. An appalling pressure at a sensitive time of their life without even attempting to present an alternative. It is a vibrant book that will make readers think carefully about what stance they will take on this controversial topic of the twenty-first century.