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By Green, Stephanie, author
CD. English.
Published Oxford: ISIS Audio Books, 2019
Unabridged edition
For over a decade, Stephanie Green was a doctor on-call for one of the world's busiest airports, confronting dramatic, bizarre and sometimes heartbreaking...

By Roland, David, 1958- author, narrator
CD. English.
Published Melbourne: Bolinda Audio, 2015
'How I Rescued My Brain' is the story of David Roland's neurological difficulties and his remarkable cognitive recovery. It is also an account of a journey...

By Gross, Kate, author
CD. English.
Published Rearsby: Jammer Audiobooks, 2016
Kate Gross was a woman who 'leaned in' until cancer stopped her in her tracks. Now terminal, this brave, frank and heartbreaking book shows what it means...

By Rentzenbrink, Cathy, author
CD. English.
Published Rearsby: Jammer Audiobooks, 2016
In the summer of 1990 - two weeks before his GCSE results, which turned out to be the best in his school - Cathy Rentzenbrink's brother Matty was knocked...

By Dutton, Kevin, author
CD. English.
Published Rearsby: Jammer Audiobooks, 2015
In this adventure into the world of psychopaths, Kevin Dutton reveals that there is a 'scale of madness' along which we all sit. He shows that there is...

By Hazard, Mary, author
CD. English.
Published Rearsby: Clipper Audio, 2015
When 18-year-old Mary Hazard touched down in post-war Putney to begin her nurse's training, she could never have known that it was the beginning of a...

By Morris, Mary, author
CD. English.
Published Bath: Oakhill, 2014
'The real war started for me today'. So begins the diary of 18-year-old Mary Mulry, a young Irish nurse, newly arrived in London in 1940. Over the next...

By MacLeod, Mary J., author
CD. English.
Published Bath: Oakhill, 2013
Mary's post as district nurse on the remote island of Papavray in the 1970s gave her a unique insight into island life, and her stories of the troubles...

By Rice-Oxley, Mark, 1969- author
CD. English.
Published Rearsby: Clipper Audio, 2013
Applying a journalist's eye to depression, Mark Rice-Oxley charts its vicious circles of despair, resignation and hope. He reports on the treatments available...

By Dunn, D. M. (Dot M.)
CD. English.
Published Oxford: ISIS Soundings, 2012
'Bread, Jam and a Borrowed Pram' tells the compelling and heartwarming story of a young nurse's life and work in 1950s England
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