Right to Die

Right to Die

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After his death from Motor Neurone Disease, Adam O'Neill's wife Naomi discovers the diary he kept of his illness, from diagnosis to death. Through this she is able to trace the development of Adam's fight against the disease, the issues from his past it forces him to face and the stigma and quandaries it presents. As he searches for allies in his desire for release from the disease which imprisons him, Naomi struggles with the guilt of her own secret.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 328 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 25mm | 443g
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • English
  • First Edition
  • 1906307210
  • 9781906307219
  • 1,455,354

Review quote

There are few novels which deal with the issues of contemporary medical ethics in the lively and intensely readable way that [these] do.
- ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH
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About Hazel McHaffie

Hazel McHaffie is a trained nurse and midwife who has carried out extensive research into medical ethics and has lectured around the world. She is widely published in the medical and academic spheres, and her move into fiction is a culmination of her far-reaching medical knowledge and her creative writing talent.
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