BOOK: Bravery of female ambulance drivers during WW1
FOR fans of 'Call The Midwife' and 'Donna Douglas', this is a warm and thrilling World War II series about the women ambulance drivers in the war.
On duty during London's Blitz, as death and destruction fall from the skies day after day in the London Blitz, Australian ambulance driver Lily Brennan confronts the horror with bravery, intelligence, common sense and humour.
Although she must rely upon her colleagues to carry out her dangerous duties, Lily begins to suspect that someone at her Ambulance Station may be giving assistance to the enemy by disclosing secret information.
Her Jewish ambulance attendant and best friend, David Levy, then suddenly disappears in suspicious circumstances. Aided, and sometimes hindered, by David's school friend, a mysterious and attractive RAF pilot, Lily has to draw on all of her resources to find David but also negotiate the dangers that come from falling in love in a country far from home and in a time of war.
Author, Deborah Burrows family story offers a fascinating tale of our history during wartime and these familial links shine through in this fantastic work of fiction.
'Ambulance Girls' by Deborah Burrows.
Ebury Press. RRP $32.99. Publication date: April 2017.