Sixty years a nurse ( part 1 )
when 18 year old Mary Hazard touched down in post – war putney to begin her nurse training, she could not of know that it would be the beginning of a colourful 60 year career in the NHS.
An insightful and interesting read especially for those going in to or currently doing their nurse training. Its great to hear what it was like to do nurse training back in post war Britain.
A 5 star read.
Dead man’s footsteps (Roy Grace #4)
Amid the tragic unfolding mayhem of 9/11, a failed Brighton business man and ne’er-do-well Ronnie Wilson sees the chance of a life line: to shed his debts, disappear and reinvent himself in another country.
Like the others, this one was very easy to get into and you just had to know what happened next, who done what and did they get away with it. Peter James is a marvellous author who keeps you gripped.
Definitely 5 stars.
A letter From Pearl Habor
Ninety eight year old Ginney McAllister’s last wish is for her granddaughters to complete one last treasure hunt containing clues to her past. Clues that reveal her life as one of the first female pilots at Pearl Harbor and a devastating world war 2 secret.
Anna Stuart goes between timelines effortlessly and you never loose track of the story and what has happened already. Looking forward to reading more in her series.
Another 5 star read.
Every one knows the twilight saga. My niece got my mum into watching it on the TV and only caught glimpses of when walking past the front room but at the time it never interested me. Its been 3 years since my mum passed away and i thought i would see what all the fuss was about, im glad i did and wondered what took me so long.
The Thursday Murder Club #1.
In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week to investigate unsolved murders. But when a brutal killing takes place on their doorstep, the Thursday Murder Club find them selves in the middle of their very own live case.
Richard Osman has based this story on his mum and her friends in the retirement village where she lives and has you hooked and wanting to know “who did it”
The winter ghosts.
From the same author as the labyrinth, this one was a lot easier to get into. This one keeps you gripped.