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A tribute to her lost baby, and our crusade to find out why.' -The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths. In Jacquelynn Luben's quest to have a family, she suffers the disappointment of miscarriage and the tragedy of cot death. Set against an unusual background of family life, with a sprinkling of amusing and eccentric events, she describes the trauma of loss and then, the delight of another daughter. The Fruit of the Tree is essential reading for bereaved parents, but anyone who has successfully brought up a child will identify with the feelings expressed in this moving book.

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