Christmas for the district nurses / Annie Groves.

By: Groves, Annie [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Groves, Annie. District nurse: bk. 3.Publisher: Leicester [England] : Thorpe, 2020Edition: Large print editionDescription: 408 pages (large print) ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780750548168; 0750548169Subject(s): Nurses -- Fiction | World War, 1939-1945 -- England -- London -- Fiction | Interpersonal relations -- Fiction | London (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction. | Large type books. Summary: The East End of London has been devastated by the Blitz and the people are struggling to come to terms with their ravaged city. Rationing bites ever deeper and everything that makes life better is in short supply. For the district nurses, the challenges are tougher than ever. Gladys loves her work in the Civil Nursing Reserve, but just when she needs to rely on her sister to help out at home, she turns into a handful of trouble. Edith is learning to cope with her boyfriend's injuries after Dunkirk but will she have to choose between her love for him and her career? With no end in sight, the war reaches its darkest moment... Can the nurses - and the families and patients that rely on them - find the strength to carry on?
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The East End of London has been devastated by the Blitz and the people are struggling to come to terms with their ravaged city. Rationing bites ever deeper and everything that makes life better is in short supply. For the district nurses, the challenges are tougher than ever. Gladys loves her work in the Civil Nursing Reserve, but just when she needs to rely on her sister to help out at home, she turns into a handful of trouble. Edith is learning to cope with her boyfriend's injuries after Dunkirk but will she have to choose between her love for him and her career? With no end in sight, the war reaches its darkest moment... Can the nurses - and the families and patients that rely on them - find the strength to carry on?

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