Nurses Enslaved

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Random House, Feb 23, 2010 - Fiction - 272 pages
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When European nurses are interned by the Japanese on the remote Pacific island of Okuna during World War Two, they are forced into cruel familiarity with their captors' almost feudal codes of punishment. But soon their submission becomes a matter of pride, forcing the camp's officers to question who's really in control, until only one thing's for sure - no one's in a hurry for the war to end.

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Yolanda Celbridge is an English author who speaks six languages, translates French literature, travels exhaustively, and currently writes from a hammock in Thailand.

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