Frank's Last Call

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Spence Kennedy starts work at a busy seaside ambulance station, and under the guidance of Frank, a paramedic coming up to retirement, works his way through a succession of incidents, comic and tragic. Based on the real-life blog ‘Siren Voices’, 'Frank’s Last Call' puts the reader in the driving seat of an ambulance, and offers an uncompromising tour of duty around a contemporary UK town. More

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About Spence Kennedy

Spence Kennedy worked as a fork-lift truck driver, pizza chef, publishing assistant, web designer and hospital administrator before studying English & Drama as a mature student at Exeter University. After graduating he worked for a time in Theatre in Education, then trained as an English Teacher at secondary level. He joined the ambulance service in 2004. Frank’s Last Call is his first book.

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Review by: Elizabeth Bennett on Aug. 05, 2012 :
As an avid reader of his blog, I thorougly enjoy his humanity and thoughtful writing and this book is no exception.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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