Author A-Z > Claire Rayner
Trained as a nurse, Claire Rayner turned to writing in 1969 when the birth of her first child ended her nursing career. As well as contemporary fiction, her books also cover a wide range of medical subjects from sex education to home nursing. A leading “Agony Aunt”, she is well-known as both a radio and television personality, and has contributed regularly to magazines and newspapers, including Woman, Woman’s Own and The Sunday Mirror.
Books By Claire Rayner
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Life Mask - Emma Donoghue
In a time of looming war, the wealthy liberals of the Whig Party work to topple a tyrannical prime minister and a lunatic king. Will Eliza Farren, England's leading comedic actress, gain entry to that elite circle that calls itself the World? Can Lord Derby endure public mockery of his long, unconsummated courtship of the actress? Will Anne Damer, a sculptor and rumored Sapphist, be the cause of Eliza's fall from grace?