`This book is a love story. It is the story of two working-class Northerners who came to London with nothing but a shared suitcase, their charm and their love for each other' - Lynda Lee-Potter, in her Foreword
Ray Moore, the gifted and charismatic Radio 2 presenter, died of cancer in 1989, leaving behind his devoted wife, Alma, and an unforgettable legacy —the journals he kept throughout the last months of his life.
Heartwrenching and soul-searching, Ray's cancer diaries have been reproduced here in their entirety. To compliment them, Alma has written the story of their life together, of her battle to come to terms with his illness and death, and her courageous determination to make his funeral the best party of all for the man who never wanted the party to end.
'A harrowing and moving story, but one which will certainly inspire and encourage others' - Daily Mail
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