A classic tale of good against evil pits nurse against consultant and working-class woman against upper-middle-class man. Joy is a nurse who enjoys life and finds the best in everyone. For her, the hospital is a chaotic, exciting landscape of work and play where everyone has a story to tell. For Mr. Jeffries, the consultant, however, the patients and the staff are all tarred with the same brush – an ignorant, lazy, drunken, violent, drug-crazed rabble. White trash. Arrogant and elitist, Jeffries hankers after a class system that has gone – but that he wants re-established. When Joy becomes suspicious about the death of a patient, a clash between the two becomes inevitable.
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“King is a master of idiom and street slang. He speaks with a voice that appears to be the true expression of disaffected white British youth.” – The TimesAbout the Author :
John King lives in London. He is the author of Human Punk and a trilogy of football novels, The Football Factory, Headhunters and England Away.
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