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  • A life beyond fiction

    When I was a teenager I found my aunt's pile of Mills and Boon single title magazines - yes, magazines in the imperial measure equivalent to A5, long before the M&B mass market paperbacks - and Lucilla Andrews was one of the authors in the pile. I can't remember any of the plots because it was about 50 years ago but I remember really enjoying her books. Her own story is so much more than any fiction plot could be, but it so highlighted that whole "Keep calm and carry on" attitude that epitomised the British on the homefront during WW2. Like Betty Neels, Mrs Andrews drew on what she knew as a writer - nursing - but unlike Ms Neels, she kept to her plan to leave nursing to become a writer. Although some of her books have been digitised, sadly they are only available through a rival online distributor.

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