Perfect Match

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Random House, Dec 15, 2010 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Could you choose between your marriage and your child?

Just when Karen and Joe Eastman thought they had it all - the perfect marriage and the perfect family - they learn that their young son, Ben, has a terminal illness. The only cure is for them to have a 'designer baby' to provide him with a perfect match bone-marrow transplant.

But in the process, a devastating family secret is revealed that not only jeopardises the one hope of their son having a future but also threatens to destroy their marriage...

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With a tagline - "Could you choose between your marriage and your child?" - you can guarantee that there will be drama and the main character will
definitely have a few decisions to make in the book. Karen Eastman has a child who has a debilitating illness and there are very few options to help him overcome the disease - one being to have a child that is a "perfect match" to allow for a true bone marrow transplant. After tests are run, Karen learns things about her child and her family that will set this family down a very rough road. At the beginning another storyline of the Health Secretary and his wife's struggle to get pregnant is paralleling but for a moment the reader is unsure when they will intersect and how it will affect each couple. 

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About the author (2010)

Jane Moore is a columnist for the Sun and GQ magazine. She regularly presents investigative documentaries for Channel 4's Dispatches, on subjects ranging from supermarket secrets and broiler chicken production, through to food labelling and Britain's obesity crisis. She is also the author of the bestsellers Fourplay, The Ex-Files, Dot.Homme, The Second Wives Club and Love is on the Air. She lives in London.

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