A Forgotten Place (Bess Crawford, #10) by Charles Todd

A Forgotten Place (Bess Crawford, #10)

Though the Great War has ended, Bess Crawford finds herself caught in deadly circumstances on a remote Welsh headland in this tenth entry from the acclaimed New York Times bestselling author.The fighting has ended, the Armistice signed, but the war has left wounds that are still agonizingly raw. Battlefield Nurse Bess Crawford has been assigned to a clinic for amputees, and the Welsh patients worry her. She does her best to help them, but it’s ...


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TitleA Forgotten Place (Bess Crawford, #10)
ISBN9780062678850
Author
Release DateSep 18th, 2018
PublisherWilliam Morrow
GenreMystery, Historical, Historical Fiction, Fiction
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Reviews A Forgotten Place (Bess Crawford, #10)

  • Heather
    1970-01-01
    I found this entry in the series very hard to get through. Much of the plot was boring & repetitive - with Bess stuck for days at a time in Rachel's house and her constant refrain of What is going on in this village?. It was realistic, perhaps, but not very exciting to read about. I was glad things got more adventurous once Simon appeared on the scene. But I didn't feel that this installment was nearly as good as the previous novels.
  • Maxine
    1970-01-01
    WWI has ended and Nurse Bess Crawford is back home in England tending to the many wounded vets. Not long after a group of men from a small mining town in Wales are released, she receives a letter from their commanding officer who is from the same town. Captain Williams is worried about them. They were all too injured to return to their former jobs in the mine and they seem to be suffering from severe depression - already some have committed suici...
  • Stephen
    1970-01-01
    The Armistice has been signed, the fighting has stopped and WWI is coming to an end. But the work for Bess Crawford is not over and in some ways it is just starting. The soldiers she is caring for are all victims , who have lost arms or legs or both. The company she is working with are from Wales where the main occupation is in the mines. All of her patients can't shake their depression because they will be unable to return to their jobs in the m...