Smart and tough, John Harper the farm boy from Morayshire is the perfect Bobby for the unforgiving streets of 1890's Edinburgh. He's a family man showing great promise. If he offers commitment, Inspector Brodie will help open doors for him. But Harper's prodigious Hannah faces a future framed by inoperable cancer. In desperation he finds a way of saving her from illness . . . but can he save her from scientific distortions and vested interests? "Masterfully written with strong central characters and a lyrical flow," Dr H Macdonald. "The ending of this novel is a triumph of tension and humour - it creeps up on the reader and brings together threads of the narrative brilliantly, leaving us wanting to read more of John Harper." EA Parsons. Fever Therapy is a funny, heart-wrenching and well researched novel about John Harper and his wife, Hannah - the first in a six part series, GOING HOME. - Author and editor Jessica Macdonald.
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|Size: ||1.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Jim Burnside Associates|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9780992971120 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|