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'Deftly written . . . a moving account of loss, as well as self-discovery and achievement' Woman's Own
The first heart-warming novel in Kate Eastham's nursing series . . .
From the docks of Liverpool to a distant battlefield, can one girl find her brother and save herself?
Ada Houston's life is shattered when her brother Frank goes missing following an accident at the docks. But a short time later she hears a rumour that he survived and left Liverpool to fight a foreign war.
Determined not to lose him a second time she boards a ship to bring him home. But the battlefields of the Crimea are a hostile place for a penniless young woman.
Then one day a lifeline is thrown her way as she is offered the chance to train as a nurse under the famous Florence Nightingale. Working in the most terrible of conditions, Ada shows an aptitude beyond anyone's expectations as she cares for her injured countrymen, makes new friends and enjoys the first flutter of romance.
But Frank is still missing and she needs to find him before it's too late . . .