Publication Date: 28 Jun 2024
Categories: ContemporaryISBN: 9781835740019
Four individual and complex stories about human development and the psychological nature of the mum and boy relationship. They explore the potential complexity of this connection and show how it can go badly wrong.
A dead boy remembering tragedy from inside his coffin; a boy dealing with the death of his mum, who committed suicide; a teenager who mistakenly kills his father; a teenager dealing with hallucinations. Each compelling story covers a range of topics from mental health, suicide and psychological trauma. All with one thing in common - vulnerable human beings looking for survival.
Stephen Brotherton grew up in the West Midlands and now lives in Shropshire. A social worker for nearly thirty years, he currently works for the NHS, and is a member of the Bridgnorth Writers’ Group. Mum and Boy is his second short-story collection.
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