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    June Tate(Author)

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Belgium, 1917. At a military hospital in Poperinge, close to the horrors of the front line, Sister Helen Chalmers strives tirelessly to save the many injured soldiers brought in from battle. The hardships of war and the need for comfort throws Helen into the arms of the eminent surgeon Captain Richard Carson - although she knows a romance with a married man will never last.It's not long before Helen is swept off her feet by Captain James Havers, a man with whom she can see a future. When James is injured in the fighting, he is sent back to Britain to recover. But it's soon clear his injuries are more than just physical; the violence of warfare has left him a changed man. Helen must summon what strength she can to help the man she loves overcome the lasting and devastating effects of war.

June Tate was born in Southampton and spent the early years of her childhood in the Cotswolds. After leaving school she became a hairdresser on cruise ships the Queen Mary and the Mauritania, meeting many Hollywood film stars and VIPs on her travels. After her marriage to an airline pilot, she lived in Sussex and Hampshire before moving to Estoril in Portugal. June now lives in Brighton.

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  • PDF | 320 pages
  • June Tate(Author)
  • Allison and Busby; Reprint edition (23 Nov. 2017)
  • English
  • 4
  • Fiction

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  • By sandiety57 on 18 August 2017

    Yet another book by June Tate that I have not been able to put down. Well researched and a beautiful story of the many that suffered the scars and turmoil in their lives after the end of WW1.

  • By Jules Rathbone on 28 July 2017

    Set amongst the horrors of the WW1 battlefields, this story drawers the reader into the lives and loves of the main characters. It is well written and heartfelt and I loved it!

  • By Kraftireader on 24 August 2017

    I really enjoyed the start of this novel set in 1917 and the battle at Passchendaele, it felt quite real and I was gripped with the drama and also the camaraderie between men fighting in the trenches but also the doctors, nurses and medics out there trying to save lives. The story lost its spark a little just like the characters when they returned home from the war. However, the story did pick up and I enjoyed it. I loved how the author brought a pivotal time in history to life, a time when life was very cruel and hard, a time when men and women grabbed what little happiness they could. The author dealt with the issues of the war sensitively but also was very honest with her words. A story that was raw with life and a story with a love blossoming during these terrible times to give light and hope from the dark days. 3.5/5*

  • By Mrs S J Bowen on 27 May 2017

    Just could not put the book down. Another excellent novel from June Tate.


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