Medical decisions can kill or cure, and this book documents one month in a hospital where staff are challenged by such decisions. Problems are faced daily by people like Kate Sayers, a surgeon whose dedication to her work makes any private life difficult, and whose boyfriend, an investigative journalist, opens up publicity on issues which the hospital would far rather keep quiet.
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In the early years of Queen Victoria's reign Abel Lackland's children are grown up. Two of his sons have followed their father into medicine. The other, Jonah, now married to Lilith's daughter, has achieved his dream of a career on the stage.…
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Abel Lackland, rescued from the gutter as a child, has achieved great success as a surgeon. His eldest son, Jonah refuses to follow in his father's footsteps. He secretly nurtures a desire to act on the stage. Lilith Lucas, saved from destitution at…
Blitz (Book 4 of The Poppy Chronicles)
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Dr Paul Martin wanted to marry Sister Harriet Brett, but she had different ideas. Trained as a nurse, Claire Rayner turned to writing in the 1960s. Since then, she has written almost 90 books on a broad range of subjects.
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