Four O'Clock Press, 2008 - 299 pages
The biological clock is ticking for Martha, an archetypal forty-something career woman. She longs to have a baby, but can't get pregnant. With several failed courses of IVF behind her, she and her husband, Grant, have decided to stop trying to have a child and are attempting to put parenthood out of their minds. This very topical dilemma explored by Harriet Grace in her first novel 'Cells' is one faced by thousands of couples who can't conceive naturally.
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