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Anne Watts

Agent: Isobel Dixon

Biography: Born in Wales, Anne has been a dedicated nurse all her life and has worked in Vietnam, Thailand, Southern Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and The Canadian Rockies, among other far-flung places.

ALWAYS THE CHILDREN: A Nurse's Story of Home and War is published by Simon & Schuster in the UK and Unieboek in Holland, and has been widely praised and her second book, A NURSE ABROAD, was published in May 2012.

Visit Anne's website. 

 

   
  
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 A NURSE ABROAD  Non-Fiction
(Memoir) 289 pages 
Simon & Schuster - May 2012  In the early
1960s, Anne Watts was a newly qualified nurse with the world at her feet. Her
adventurous spirit meant that at the first opportunity she set sail for
northern Canada, to work among the Inuit people. Her extraordinary experiences
fuelled her taste for remote places, and she soon took her skills to the
Australian outback.

 

A NURSE ABROAD

Non-Fiction (Memoir) 289 pages
Simon & Schuster - May 2012

In the early 1960s, Anne Watts was a newly qualified nurse with the world at her feet. Her adventurous spirit meant that at the first opportunity she set sail for northern Canada, to work among the Inuit people. Her extraordinary experiences fuelled her taste for remote places, and she soon took her skills to the Australian outback.  

 ALWAYS THE CHILDREN  Memoir, 380 pages 
Simon & Schuster - March 3, 2011  Anne's desire to care for others led her to become a nurse and her first posting was during the Vietnam War, for Save the Children. This is a vivid account of her experiences.  'A magnificent life story. I feel
humbled by Anne Watts' experiences.' -- Jennifer Worth, author of CALL THE
MIDWIFE

 

ALWAYS THE CHILDREN

Memoir, 380 pages
Simon & Schuster - March 3, 2011

Anne's desire to care for others led her to become a nurse and her first posting was during the Vietnam War, for Save the Children. This is a vivid account of her experiences.

'A magnificent life story. I feel humbled by Anne Watts' experiences.' -- Jennifer Worth, author of CALL THE MIDWIFE