Joan had Alzheimer's disease. Her husband hid the truth. He died. The children are left with a legacy of care and a catalogue of abuse.
This is a book that had to be written for Joan, who had Alzheimer's disease, which robbed her of a voice of her own and who was the victim of abuse and neglect.
And for every carer, an undervalued workforce, who struggle to survive the daily grind of caring for a loved one, often with little acknowledgement and less thanks.