'I never told anyone about my ghost, the one I saw . . .'
In this short, spine-tingling story, author of The Midwife's Daughter and Aren't We Sisters? Patricia Ferguson tells the tale of a nurse who remembers her early days working in a neonatal unit.
Praise for Patricia Ferguson:
'She draws on years of experience working as a nurse and midwife to produce acute, skilful descriptions' FT
'Hugely enjoyable, classic storytelling' Red
Patricia Ferguson trained in nursing and midwifery, and her first book, Family Myths and Legends, won the Betty Trask, David Higham and Somerset Maugham awards. It So Happens and Peripheral Vision were both longlisted for the Orange Prize. Her most recent books, The Midwife's Daughter and Aren't We Sisters? are published by Penguin. Patricia Ferguson lives in Bristol.