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Summary

From the Sunday Times best-selling author Dr Amanda Brown.

Revisit the wold of The Prison Doctor, as she describes stories of her time spent with foreign national prisoners. 

Danger. Deportation. Death.

These are just some of the fates facing the inmates at Huntercombe prison.

Some have fled their homeland in fear of their lives. Others are being sent to a country they left decades ago. But Dr Amanda Brown is doing all she can for each patient stuck in no-man’s land. They have little or no idea of what awaits them outside, but she treats them with kindness and respect. Whatever their crime, and whatever their future holds, she is still their doctor.

©2022 Dr Amanda Brown (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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Excellent story and insightful

I have read all three of Amanda Browns books and this was my second favourite after the first book. It was an interesting insight into working as a doctor in a prison for foreigners, and the challenges faced. The narration was good, much better than the Women inside book in that it didn’t have all the weird accents in it. Overall a great book.