IN THE SUMMER OF 1888, Clara Wolcott, a daring young artist from Ohio, walked into Louis Tiffany's Manhattan office to interview for a job as a designer. For the next 21 years, her pivotal role in his multi-million dollar empire rmained one of Tiffany's most closely guarded secretes—a secret that when revealed 118 years later, sent the international art world into a tailspin.
INTENSIVE CARE; THE STORY OF A NURSE
The brutally honest nonfiction account of a nurse's daily life behind the closed doors of a hospital's critical care units, this New York Times bestseller is an amazing and riveting first person documentary that reads like a novel. Heron eloquently explains the good, the bad and the maddening about her profession in a way that carries an emotional impact that will leave few readers unmoved. **NEW!** Now available in Ebook format.
CONDITION CRITICAL; THE STORY OF A NURSE CONTINUES
Sequel to Intensive Care, this is Echo Heron's emotionally gripping account of her last years in critical care nursing. Heron frequently inspires laughter, tears and awe through her vivid descriptions of a 'normal' workday. With keen sensibilities and wry expressiveness, she fleshes out patient vignettes in ways that haunt one's memory. At a time when healthcare is changing, euthanasia and the downsides of the hospital experience are in the public consciousness, Echo Heron opens the door on these and other topics with her characteristic sassy humor, absolute honesty and heartfelt passion.
TENDING LIVES; NURSES ON THE MEDICAL FRONT
First person stories of nurses in a variety of fields reveal in sometimes shocking or humorous fashion what the caring profession is really about. The centerpiece chapter is an unforgettable dramatic account of five nurses who worked in ER the day of the Oklahoma City bombing. Come, take a walk in the shoes of a nurse.
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Cat Richardson, RN, is battle-weary. With a heart and a mouth as big as her 12EEE shoes, she's continually bucking a system choked by Mercy Hospital's less than humane politics. Through the lives of five unique patients, Cat reexamines her own crumbling existence.
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