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Resolving Dr Nick-bookcover

By: Jane Little

Resolving Dr Nick

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Abandoned as a baby by his druggie parents, Nick fell foul and abused in the care system. This was halted when his grandparents, using DNA and a professional found him.  A bright boy, he was transformed by the life on the farm, eventually able to attend the nearby public school. Here on the first day he met Ikbal, a lonely Indian boy. With Ikbal’s support and discovering the piano he survived a difficult time at school.


Ikbal also became a doctor. After working on a voluntary basis in Jordon, Nick joined him in a practice in a Norfolk town near his grandparents. He became involved with a Partner who was crazy about ethnic, gender and other issues attending rallies in London. Nick tried hard to respond to her obvious overtures, but as on many previous occasions found it impossible to get into bed with her. Knowing he should see someone about his huge underlying issues, it just never seemed to happen. This relationship ended in a big, frightening diplomatic drama.


Meanwhile, he failed to see the gentle practice manager, a widow with a ten-year-old daughter. Jane had her own problems but was immediately attracted to Nick recognising another not entirely happy person. Both were musical and reserved.


Maria, a cheerful disorganised motherly doctor married to a Polish architect nearing the end of a long struggle with multiple sclerosis supported Nick emotionally.

Nick became involved with many big issues which he handled expertly, except for one where he was struck off the medical register.


Restored dramatically, he had a totally unexpected, explosive happening enabling him to finally face effectively his gremlins.


He saw in Jane the love of his life, he courted her and slowly and painfully resolved all problems.

Dr Jane Little  qualified as a doctor in the 1960s, working as a General Practitioner for almost 50 years. She has a vast experience of human nature and is well up to date with the mental, ethnic and psychological problems so many endure. Interests include singing, flute, gardening and writing.  

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