Blood On Their Petticoats

For Isobel Spry the war in the Crimea meant one thing at first – her lover Edmund was a surgeon there, working in the hospitals, operating on soldiers back from the battlefields. Having had a little experience in nursing, she decides to accompany and assist Florence Nightingale in tending to the sick and wounded. But what she finds there is far beyond what her genteel sensibilities could imagine. More

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Words: 104,960
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781310477980
About Geraldine Humphries

I disliked school, which I regret, but I found history,geography and English interesting, although I had difficulty writing stories and poems. My passion has always been sport, becoming a Midland champion in two swimming strokes; then I discovered fencing, which gave me the opportunity to travel abroad representing Great Britain until illness prevented me from realizing my dream. I didn't start writing until I was in my fifties, and it's always been the historical stories which have interested me. My research is thorough, cross-checking through diaries and letters, not just the internet, consequently, writing is slow.
I live in the West Midlands and am a companion to four cats - I think!

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