Dear Henry, Paperback Book


In March 2002, Robert Henderson faked his own death to give his new born son, Henry, a life that he knew he would never be able to provide.

Thirteen years later he attempts to reach out and reconnect with Henry by means of a simply worded letter.

Once Henry replies, the pair begin to forge a relationship and strengthen the bonds between father and son that neither one has ever truly known.

After almost two years, on the eve of Henry's fifteenth birthday, the only thing left is for the pair to finally meet.

A dramatic story exploring the bonds between fathers and sons, told entirely through letters between an unfortunate Scouser, and the child he once knew, but never truly had.




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