Donna Douglas's Nightingale novels have been bestsellers from their first publication and now each book rides high in the Sunday Times list on publication. The series opens in the Autumn of 1934 as three girls set out on the path to become nurses at the Nightingale Teaching Hospital and each new novel takes their story on to further heartache and happiness.
Donna also writes The Nurses of Steeple Street series. In the new title District Nurse on Call (Arrow, July 2017), Agnes Sheridan is given her first nursing post at Yorkshire mining village. But with the general strike and pit closures, Agnes's loyalty is tested and she has to fight for her place in village life.
Donna lives in York.