Tuesday June 2, 2020

The Heavens Are All Blue: Medical memoir gives a clear-eyed account of life, love and death

When Dr Kate McGarry was diagnosed with cancer in 2016, she set out to write a memoir documenting her experience as both doctor and patient. After she died, her husband, Dr Finbar Lennon, continued her story

24th May, 2020
Dr Kate McGarry: her personal legacy as a mother, wife and the life and soul of the party is recorded beautifully in this moving memoir

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The Heavens Are All Blue

By Dr Finbar Lennon and Dr Kate McGarry

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