"A wry and tender love story". (Catherine O'Flynn, author of Costa prize-winning WHAT WAS LOST). I'm lying here in a bed, my head full of regret, with only a little bird flitting through a tree to comfort me. Friends want to visit, but I refuse them. So my carer Sheila has given me a task to keep me occupied. An A-Z list. Think of a part of my body for each letter. Tell a little tale about it. When I reach H for Heart, what will I say? How we loved to string crocheted hearts in trees[unk] How our hearts steadily unravelled? So I begin with A. Adam's apple. Will you be there to catch me when I fall?