For fans of Call the Midwife and Nurse On Call, comes a funny, poignant account of life as a Devon country doctor.
Ronald White-Cooper was born in South Africa, but trained as a doctor at St Barths in London. He served as a doctor on the Western Front 1914-18, before returning to a post at Great Ormond Street hospital. He moved to Devon to work as a GP between 1920-49. His memoirs were found in an old trunk in an attic and have been edited by his granddaughter Deborah Morris, a trained journalist who has worked as a television production executive.