A Woman to be Loved
Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd edition: 1990; Headline Book Publishing Plc edition: 1991, Great Britain
By James Mitchell.
Jane Whitcomb, daughter of the upper class is an ambulance driver in WW I, Jane emerges from the conflict shell-shocked, mourning the death of her fiance, John Patterson. Psychiatry enables her to recover and to begin a search for Patterson's relatives, whom she finds in the economically depressed Northeast English town of Felston. Her decision to help Felston emerge from crushing poverty is the turning point in her life.