Nadine Dorries, bestselling author of The Four Streets trilogy, returns with this engrossing novel that draws on her roots in Liverpool, and early experiences as a student nurse.
Nadine Dorries grew up in a working-class family in Liverpool and spent a great deal of time in Mayo with her Irish grandmother. She trained as a nurse and has been the MP for Mid-Bedfordshire since 2005. She has three daughters.
As heart-warming as it is heartbreaking, this novel is
unputdownable * Sunday Express *
The characters are engaging... and the theme of the novel powerful' * The Times *
A riveting tale packed full of history, love and deceit * OK! Magazine *
Captivating, phenomenal and touching * 23 Review Street *
A multi-layered book [with] gorgeous sentences and sensational plotlines * With Love for Books *
It was a time when desperate women sought back-street abortions and bigoted attitudes were rife, and the book addresses some of the beliefs thatt they struggled with, both in their own lives and those of their patients and colleague * Woman Alive *