Books By Donna Douglas | LoveReadingSkip to main content Donna Douglas. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. She began writing stories on top of the coal shed in a south London back yard when she was a child, but has since graduated to a spare room at her home in York, where she lives with her husband and a cat called Trevor. She has a grown-up daughter. When she's not working, Donna enjoys walking, reading and watching trashy daytime TV.
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View all newsletter. East London, War rages on, but for the Nightingale nurses, wedding bells are ringing…. Anna is over the moon when her sweetheart Edward returns from the front line. As he recovers from injuries sustained in war, they make plans to be married. But the horrors of the trenches cast a long shadow. Caring for shell-shocked soldiers brings untold challenges for Grace , and her parents have very different dreams for her future.
For the first time, a Nightingale nurses novel set during the First World War. Follow the senior staff as they overcome the trials of their training years. From Sunday Times top ten bestselling author, Donna Douglas. East London, Britain is Set during the Second World War.
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Donna Douglas is a British Sunday Times Bestselling author who has always been a passionate storyteller even before she could hold a pen. Some of her most acclaimed works include Nightingale series , which revolves around a group of student nurses at an East End hospital during the s, and Steeple Street series , which is similarly about a group of young women at the District Nurses during the s. Three completely different girls register as trainee nurses at the Florence Nightingale Teaching Hospital in the autumn of Dora, a resilient girl from the working class, aspires to get a better life for herself, but only if she can escape the claws of her evil stepfather. Helen, according to her pushy mother, was born to be a nurse. However, under the demeanor of a seamlessly perfect student lies a great secret of heartache. Millie, defiant in every sense of the word, is determined to be more than just a wealthy aristocratic wife.