Former features editor of the Telegraph, Daily Mail and Independent, Genevieve Fox has released “a cancer memoir with a difference” (The Guardian), including a mention of Ariel Bruce. ‘Milkshakes & Morphine: A Memoir of Love & Loss’ was published in late January by Square Peg, Penguin Random House.
The book details the life of Fox and her young family as they come to terms with her cancer, but also the legacy it has had on her life – orphaning her at the age of six as her mother succumbed to the disease.
Not only does the book cover the cancer battle, but also the pains of growing up as an orphan. Fox’s brother came to Ariel to help track down their step father, which she duly did only to find he had died a few short months before.
You can pick up a copy of the book here – www.penguin.com