Mrs Caldicots Cabbage War

Mrs Caldicot is a widow who leads a revolution in a depressing nursing home. The novel has been filmed with Pauline Collins as Mrs Caldicot and John Alderton as the nursing home owner. This is the first Mrs Caldicot novel. The second, which continues the story, is Mrs Caldicots Knickerbocker Glory. Both book and film have been widely praised. The Times described it as `Funny and poignant. The Daily Express called it a `fairytale comedy. The Daily Telegraph called it `Funny and poignant and socially relevant. Cinema audiences stood and cheered at the end when the film was shown. The first of the books and films to see life through the eyes of the older citizen.
`Mrs Caldicots Cabbage War made me laugh out loud. Dr Colemans lightness of touch and direct prose are all that one could wish for. - Maxwell Craven in the Derby Evening Telegraph
`Vernon Coleman really captures the personality of Mrs Caldicot. Youll be hooked and wont be able to put it down. - Newton Abbott & Mid Devon
`Understated British classic. - Express and Echo
`Funny and thought provoking novel. - Western Morning News
Funny and poignant...about a woman who decides to fight back, transforming the lives of those around her. - The Times
...typically understated British classic. - Express & Echo
Humour, pathos and sympathy. -Evening standard
Witty, poignant and beautifully written - Western Mail
...a little British comedy with a big heart. Financial Times
The author, Vernon Coleman, is a qualified doctor who has written over 100 books - many of which have appeared on bestseller lists. His books have sold over two million hardback and paperback copies in the UK and been translated into 24 languages. There is a list of his other novels on his Amazon author site. Bestselling non-fiction books include Bodypower. He is also the author of How to Stop Your Doctor Killing You.
What the papers say about Vernon Coleman:
Coleman is a very funny writer - This England
Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books - The Good Book Guide
No thinking person can ignore him - The Ecologist
A godsend - Daily Telegraph
Superstar - Independent on Sunday
Compulsive reading - The Guardian
His message is important - The Economist
His advice is optimistic and enthusiastic - British Medical Journal
The man is a national treasure - What doctors dont tell you
Its impossible not to be impressed - Western Daily Press
Outspoken and alert - Sunday Express
Marvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The Spectator
Probably one of the most brilliant men alive today - Irish Times
King of the media docs - The Independent
Britains leading medical author - The Star
Britains leading health care campaigner - The Sun
The patients champion - Birmingham Post
The doctor who dares to speak his mind - Oxford Mail
He writes lucidly and wittily - Good Housekeeping
etc etc

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mrs-Caldicots-Cabbage-Vernon-Coleman-ebook/dp/B00I3ZRUAW?SubscriptionId=AKIAIS3I5A33GTV7S27Q&tag=wwwcamratecom-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B00I3ZRUAW Mrs Caldicot is a widow who leads a revolution in a depressing nursing home. The novel has been filmed with Pauline Collins as Mrs Caldicot and John Alderton as the nursing home owner. This is the first Mrs Caldicot novel. The second, which continues the story, is Mrs Caldicots Knickerbocker Glory. Both book and film have been widely praised. The Times described it as `Funny and poignant. The Daily Express called it a `fairytale comedy. The Daily Telegraph called it `Funny and poignant and socially relevant. Cinema audiences stood and cheered at the end when the film was shown. The first of the books and films to see life through the eyes of the older citizen.
`Mrs Caldicots Cabbage War made me laugh out loud. Dr Colemans lightness of touch and direct prose are all that one could wish for. - Maxwell Craven in the Derby Evening Telegraph
`Vernon Coleman really captures the personality of Mrs Caldicot. Youll be hooked and wont be able to put it down. - Newton Abbott & Mid Devon
`Understated British classic. - Express and Echo
`Funny and thought provoking novel. - Western Morning News
Funny and poignant...about a woman who decides to fight back, transforming the lives of those around her. - The Times
...typically understated British classic. - Express & Echo
Humour, pathos and sympathy. -Evening standard
Witty, poignant and beautifully written - Western Mail
...a little British comedy with a big heart. Financial Times
The author, Vernon Coleman, is a qualified doctor who has written over 100 books - many of which have appeared on bestseller lists. His books have sold over two million hardback and paperback copies in the UK and been translated into 24 languages. There is a list of his other novels on his Amazon author site. Bestselling non-fiction books include Bodypower. He is also the author of How to Stop Your Doctor Killing You.
What the papers say about Vernon Coleman:
Coleman is a very funny writer - This England
Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books - The Good Book Guide
No thinking person can ignore him - The Ecologist
A godsend - Daily Telegraph
Superstar - Independent on Sunday
Compulsive reading - The Guardian
His message is important - The Economist
His advice is optimistic and enthusiastic - British Medical Journal
The man is a national treasure - What doctors dont tell you
Its impossible not to be impressed - Western Daily Press
Outspoken and alert - Sunday Express
Marvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The Spectator
Probably one of the most brilliant men alive today - Irish Times
King of the media docs - The Independent
Britains leading medical author - The Star
Britains leading health care campaigner - The Sun
The patients champion - Birmingham Post
The doctor who dares to speak his mind - Oxford Mail
He writes lucidly and wittily - Good Housekeeping
etc etc

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