a novel by Felicity Price
Three women caught in the adoption triangle – the birth mother, the adoptive mother and their daughter – are about to discover the emotional turmoil of confronting their past when Kate Stewart traces her birth mother and finds she has a brother and sister who never knew she existed.
Based on three true stories, “In Her Mothers’ Shoes” tells of the heartache of having to give up your baby for adoption without even being able to hold her; of the insecurity of adopting; and how, for an adopted child, there will always be a lifelong yearning to belong, to fit in.
“Sometimes when you read a book, you can’t imagine why it has never been written before: it seems so self-evidently a story waiting to be told, and told in just that fashion. This is that kind of book.” Fiona Farrell, Author
“This book is ‘social history as much as a study in character’, written with ‘a style that is open, often funny and frequently affecting’. Damien Wilkins, Author.
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