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Stevie Turner works part time as a medical secretary in a busy NHS hospital and writes award-winning suspense, women’s fiction, and darkly humorous novels in her spare time.

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A House Without Windows
by Stevie Turner

Newly-pregnant Dr Beth Nichols is happily engaged to Liam Darrah, a fellow doctor. She has no idea she is being stalked by ex-patient Edwin Evans as she makes her way home one evening after a late shift at the hospital. After being anaesthetised she wakes up in Edwin’s basement, held against her will, and eventually gives birth there without medical help. However, Beth tries to stay positive, and somehow knows that Liam will still be out there searching for her. Every night she looks up at the light bulb that is never switched off, and prays that one day they will be together again.

Chapter 1

THE BILE TASTED bitter in my mouth. I did not need to call upon my six years of medical training to realise that the symptoms of amenorrhea combined with morning sickness and aching breasts were sufficient to tell me that I was probably pregnant. I lifted ...







Waiting in the Wings
by Stevie Turner

Waiting in the Wings focuses on my relationship with my mother Dot, and the changes that have to take place in our lives as Dot's health deteriorates as she approaches her 92nd birthday. Taking on the role of carer, I find at last that we get on better than ever before. I realise the effect that old age has on a previously active body and mind.

Chapter 2

           No child nowadays needs to endure a dislocated hip due to a breech birth, and osteomyelitis without the aid of antibiotics. After a traumatic labour at home with no medical aid and helped only by a local woman who is there to ...











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