Meet Dan Talbot. He's young, he's eager and he was offered a ritzy job in Harley Street. So why is he joining a GP practice in a gritty Black Country community?
His girlfriend thinks he’s crazy, his new boss thinks he’s strangely cute and his patients, from the pungent tower blocks of Cherry Tree and Brook Glen, are hoping he’ll turn out to be a soft touch with the prescription pad.
Dan is on the final lap of his training. This one last placement and he’ll be fully-fledged. Then he can get married, have kids and live happily ever after. The question is, can he survive a year at The Lindens?
Dan Talbot is nearing the end of his training as a GP. He and Chloe have fixed a date for their wedding and his boss, Helen Vincent, seems to have turned her amorous attention to the handsome new practice manager. It promises to be a wonderful year for Dan. What can possibly go wrong?
In this, the second Dr Dan book, the story of the making of a young doctor continues.
A new, bitter-sweet chapter begins for Dr Dan.
Married, mortgaged and now a fully-fledged GP, he’s settled at last. Or is he? What’s his wife up to? What’s his boss’s problem? And who’s the woman with bed hair and holes in her sweater?
Surprises, good and not so good, await him in Colwyn Bay.
This is the third book in the Dr Dan series.
Dan Talbot is a family doctor working in a small Welsh seaside town. It has taken him a while but he's eventually found the right job and the right woman. It's now 2017. A lot can happen in two years and for Dr Dan, since he first moved to Colwyn Bay, it certainly has.
Another bitter-sweet comedy and the fourth book in the Dr Dan series.