An intensely thought-provoking and issue-raising novel about the terrible trade in baby organs, yet still retaining the trademark pace and compelling readability of Cathy MacPhail.
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Cathy MacPhail won the Kathleen Fidler Award with her first novel, Run Zan Run, the Scottish Arts Council Award with her second novel Fighting Back, and a Royal Mail award for Roxy's Baby. Cathy MacPhail's work is enormously popular with young teenagers, her trademarks being a mix of humour, with pacy and topical storylines. Cathy lives in Greenock, Scotland.