By Anthea Cohen
No one can replace Harry Maitland in Agnes Carmichael’s heart.
But, a friendship blossoms with the hospital’s fire officer, Derek Hanson.
Could this be enough to offer Carmichael hope for the future?
However much hope he may bring, something is not right.
Is he telling her the truth?
What is his relationship with Debbie Pearson, the sexy, ‘bedworthy’ auxiliary nurse who works in Carmichael’s department?
Carmichael is determined to find out, and will stop at nothing to do so.
As previous victims have discovered, it is unwise to deceive Carmichael, or to arouse her anger – the consequences can be disastrous…
Hell’s Angel, Anthea Cohen’s sixth novel, is fascinating psychological portrayal, combined with a nailbiting plot, set against an accurate and unadorned picture of hospital life.
Anthea Cohen trained as a nurse at Leicester Royal Infirmary. For the past twenty-five years she has worked, on and off, in hospitals and as a private nurse. She has written on medicine and hospital life, been a columnist for Nursing Mirror and has contributed regularly to World Medicine. She has published innumerable short stories, and is a popular author of books for the teenage market in the United States.