Saturday, 23 April 2011

Fallen Angel by Maggie Wilson

Westwood General Hospital is in trouble and Sister Cate Carter finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation when four patients on her ward have died with no reasonable explanation.  DS Charlie Hammond is the investigating officer and the hospital brings back memories of him losing his wife a few years earlier.  Throughout the book, Sister Cate struggles to work out whether DS Hammond is flirting with her, or just being nice to her for investigative purposes. 

Believable characters, a great plot and an unexpected twist at the end had me picking up this book at every possible opportunity and going to bed early to read it.   An excellent, un-putdownable (if that’s a word!) book, that I totally enjoyed and would definitely recommend to other readers.  It was a gripping and exciting read, full of suspense and drama, and Maggie is definitely up there with other great crime writers.  Loved it!  Well done Maggie!

Maggie Wilson, a trained nurse and midwife, was brought up in the beautiful Berkshire. She has a number of years experience in Nursing and Midwifery, and has used her extensive career to draw on experiences in many clinical environments within her fiction writing.   Maggie says: 'The legacy of having made my mark in the world and leaving something behind is hugely inspiring to me. For my grandchildren to pick up my books in years to come will be a unique and exciting gift to have left for them.' She continues, 'I've come to realise that truth really is stranger than fiction and that sometimes, with great effort and personal discipline, dreams really can come true!'

Maggie’s next book Inside Out is released in October 2011.  Can’t wait for it to come out. 

For more information about Maggie and her books, check out her website

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