Published privately, 136 pages. Paperback (SWSOPB)
The author was born in 1916 and grew up in the County Durham town of Darlington, and during the Second World War she worked as an ambulance driver for the ARP. In this book she writes about her wartime experiences, and if offers a fascinating insight into what life was like for a woman on the Home Front at that time.
From the preface: Although this story is drawn from real people and situations, the characters are mostly composite. Out of sixty or more girls and about thirty men in our Civil Defence Ambulance Transport Depot, it was necessary to use types rather than individuals in order to make a readable narrative.
The condition of the book is generally ok. The cover has several scuffs and creases, and wear along the edges and corners, but the spine is intact and all pages are intact and bound. There is a name in pen on the inside front cover, and the same name and an annotation on the blank page opposite the title page.