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Do you remember where you were when you heard about the terrible attack on two young men crossing Hungerford Bridge?
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Timo's death, and the 5th anniversary of publication, we are giving readers a new chance to read this moving account with a special 25% discount.(formerly priced at £7.99)
In this haunting account, Linda Baxter tells the story of the events after the terrible night of the murder of her son, Timothy, on Hungerford Bridge in London in 1999.
Counterpointing prose of great emotional restraint with blazingly candid poetry, she draws an achingly honest picture of the baxter's slow-burning grief at the savage and senseless death of their only child.
"You bury him down there, you put trees around him..you write a book about him. You do all these things but it does not bring him back. This is all you really want"- Linda Baxter interviewed in Western Mail, 2004
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Baxter, Timothy Raoul, 17.01.75 - 18.06.99. Ten years without our Red Bus, ten years without our Spiritual Warrior: we miss and remember you every single day, the aspen poplar quivering over you, Timo. All our love, Mum and Sam.
'I cannot commend this collection enough; to read it is indeed a profoundly moving experience'-Menna Elfyn
Category: Poetry Autobiography
First published by Honno in : 2004