'A delightful, well researched story that really does depict nursing and the living conditions in the East End at the end of the war' Lesley Pearse on Call Nurse MillieLondon, 1948 and the nurses of the East End are getting ready for an eventful time ahead...
Millie is settling into married life with her husband, MP Jim Smith, and is trying to balance her duties as a wife with her nursing duties to the people of the East End.
Swept up in the expectations that go hand in hand with Jim's blossoming political career, Millie begins to wonder how much longer she'll be able to continue in the job she loves. Her patients need a nurse and midwife, but who needs Millie more? And in the end, will the decision even be hers to make?
When a familiar face from the past makes an appearance, and shady secrets from her home life come to light, it's all change for Nurse Millie. But will she get the happy ending that she deserves?
'Charming and full of detail about the work of a nurse in 1940s London, you will ride emotional highs and lows with each new birth and death. Beautifully written with some sharp dialogue' The Lady
Jean Fullerton is the author of seven historical novels. She is a qualified District and Queen's nurse who has spent most of her working life in the East End of London, first as a Sister in charge of a team, and then as a District Nurse tutor. She is also a qualified teacher and spent twelve years lecturing on community nursing studies at a London university. She now writes full-time. Find out more at www.jeanfullerton.com