Add in Dr Anthony Melville-Briggs, the hospital's owner, who thinks, where friends in high places fails to secure his desires, that money will do the trick, and Rafferty's new partner, the more moral than the Pope, intellectual Welshman, and Rafferty knows he has his work cut out.
He could really do without his Ma's little problem: a cousin in jail, whose release Rafferty was somehow supposed to secure.
All in all, he find his promoted status, for which he'd worked so hard, isn't all he thought it would be.
Geraldine Evans comes from a traditionally-published background. But after having eighteen novels published that way (Macmillan, St Martin's Press, Worldwide, Hale, Severn House, Isis (audio), in 2010, she decided to branch out on her own and turn indie.
She has now digitally-published all of her backlist to which she currently holds the rights, as well as two new novels (Kith and Kill #15 Rafferty and Llewellyn series) and The Egg Factory, a medical suspense. She has also published non-fiction.
Geraldine Evans is originally a Londoner, but in 2000 she and George, her late husband, moved to Norfolk in East Anglia; a pretty and historic market town handy for coast, country and city.
She enjoys gardening, painting portraits in oils, mostly of her 'volunteered' reluctant family, learning GIMP, photo manipulation software, so she can create her own covers (of which she has now done a few) and learning keyboards. Feel sorry for her neighbours as she's far from challenging Mozart.
Geraldine hopes you enjoy her novels. She writes to entertain and to take her readers out of their own world and into another.
“Elise Sax will win your heart.”—New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis
*Three months has been Gladie Burger’s limit when it comes to staying in one place. That’s why Gladie is more than a little skeptical when her Grandma Zelda—who is more than a little psychic-- recruits her into the family’s matchmaking business in the quaint small town of Cannes, California. What’s more, Gladie is also highly unqualified, having a terrible track record with romance. Still, Zelda is convinced that her granddaughter has her clairvoyant “gift.” But when the going gets tough, Gladie wonders if this gift has a return policy.