Welcome to the official website of Terri Arthur and her book, Fatal Decision: Edith Cavell WWI Nurse. Published in October, 2011, this work is a novel written about the life of the famous World War I British nurse Edith Cavell, based on extensive author research and historical fact. Terri’s background as a nurse and educator provide the perfect combination for a realistic writing style to spin her riveting tale of historical suspense.
Here you’ll find book background info, Terri’s biography, an abstract of the story itself, and much more. There is also a gallery of related images for the reader’s viewing pleasure. When the novel is actually released, we’ll be adding more information on purchasing, signings and other promotional events as they come up.
Thanks for visiting the site, & we hope you enjoy all the resources it offers. Please feel free to contact Terri with any inquiries regarding the book.
To read the latest articles and interviews written about Terri Arthur and her book, click on the “Articles and Interviews” button across the top of the page.
This is the long awaited tour which has been named after the title of my book. You can go to the first part in the UK or the second part which is Belgium or to both. I will be escorting the first part and will be giving a presentation on the book. This is a great tour given by a tour company that specializes in historic tours. Worth your time and money during this 100th year anniversary on her death.
Click here to download a printable pdf flier of tour schedule
For more information, visit http://www.spiritofremembrance.com/page/fatal-decision-edith-cavell-ww1-nurse
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Listen to an excerpt from the Audio Edition of the Book
Audible is available on Amazon by MP3 and CD’s are due to come out by the end of August!
The British Version Is Now Available!
The first book of “Fatal Destiny: Edith Cavell WWI Nurse” was such a success that the British readers requested to have their own version of the book. In response to their request, the author, Terri Arthur, worked with two British editors to prepare a British version for the readers in the UK.
Click here for more information and to order.