Grace and Tom Penderford had a strong marriage, a comfortable home in the English countryside and a healthy baby girl, Chloe. They were happy. They were normal. But soon after Chloe turns three, tragedy strikes when a disease called sepsis claims the life of their daughter, devastating their small family. The Penderfords had never heard of sepsis - a cruel, indiscriminate disease that takes a life somewhere in the world every three and a half seconds. Now, with their world crumbling, they must mend each others broken hearts... and try to save their marriage if they can. Sepsis is a potentially life threatening condition, however it can be easily treated if caught early enough. Help keep others safe by learning the symptoms of sepsis and spread the word on to look out for. To find out more about sepsis, please visit www.sepsistrust.org. REVIEWS: 'A powerful and emotional work of fiction with a unique twist - a practical lesson in how to spot a fatal, but often treatable disease' Piers Morgan, CNN presenter. 'A truly amazing piece of drama about a condition that could affect any one of us in a heartbeat. Every mother should read this book' Danielle Lineker, actor. 'A powerful and emotional page turner that teaches people with no medical training how to recognise sepsis and save lives' Dr Ranj Singh, paediatric doctor and BBC presenter. 'A powerful and moving story with a real purpose. It brings home the dreadful nature of this deadly condition' Mark Austin, ITN presenter. 'This is such a powerful story - and a book that every parent should read. Sadly this is something that affects families every day, but by buying this book you are able to help as the money raised will go towards vital funds for The Sepsis Trust' Charlotte Hawkins, ITV presenter.