Rag Doll Revisited
About the Book
This is the second book in a series about the Adventures of Rag Doll, written in 2009. It is a sequel to Rag Doll for Christmas and describes the comedy of hospital life, recovering from two strokes and eventual implantation of a heart defibrillator. Since writing this book there have been great advances in the treatment of arrythmia and the welfare of elderly patients in hospitals. Rag dolls were given to children as presents at Christmas and, after the effects of a stroke, Ange likened herself to a floppy rag doll.
About the Author
Born in 1929 Ange Hilstron has lived a varied lifestyle overcoming many traumas. She describes herself as an egalitarian artist and grandmother, and she lives in a converted farmhouse in deepest darkest Dorset. Other Books by the Author: Any Excuse for a Party Rag Doll for Christmas