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Lynda Bellingham died in her husband Michael's arms on 19th October 2014. Lynda had touched many lives with her memoir, There's Something I've Been Dying to Tell You, and now Michael tells his side of the story. He talks movingly about their 10 years together and describes how, in the past year, he has struggled to cope. He shares candidly his experience of grief, offering hope and support to others who have lost partners and loved ones.

His is a book to comfort those who loved Lynda, to tell the missing pieces of their life together, to write about how they both confronted the news of her illness and how he managed to continue since that moment of hearing that she had a terminal illness.

©2015 Michael Pattemore (P)2016 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Sorry but I hated this book

Can’t stand this book or the man who wrote it. Gold digger , it’s all me me me. Can’t see what Lynda Bellingham saw in him. Watched ( loose women ) when her sons were saying that he had everything in their mothers will and he gave nothing to them Disgusting feel so sorry for them. Lynda must be turning in her grave .