Apparently baby wood pigeons can’t fly for the first seven days, so the parents come and feed it on the ground.
The debut novel from Elizabeth Harrison
Feeding the Gods follows the lives of four women who meet at a university party in the mid-1970s. When, thirty years later, one of them dies in suspicious circumstances, the subsequent fallout uncovers lies and betrayals.
As they seek the truth, lives are put in danger as they take on the power of the drug companies who are happy to put profits before safety, and a government desperate for ways to cut the healthcare bill.
‘I found I couldn’t put this book down, and more than that, I want to read it again and again. It is a bold storyline……the authors were not shy of posing powerful and tough questions and they followed this through with a punchy narrative that was packed to the brim with character.’
Elizabeth Harrison Author will be donating 5% of the cover price of Feeding the Gods to charity via Work for Good.