Hilda Pressley was born on 1912 in Maltby, England, UK. Hilda married with the Western novelist Arthur (Thomas) Nickson.

She used to sign her novels her married name, Hilda Nickson, her maiden name, Hilda Pressley, and the pseudonym Hilary Preston. She published her first novels at Herbert Jenkins at 1950s, before start to work to Mills & Boon, most of her novels were reedited by Harlequin, in some cases by diferents titles. She focused her first novels on the popular Doctor-Nurse romances, and are frecuently found love triangles in her plots.

Hilda Pressley Nickson served as Vice-President for the Romantic Novelists' Association.

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  • When her father died, of course Ruth was sad -- but she still had a lot to make her life pleasant: her work as an illustrator, her beloved home in the New Forest, her old friend Gareth. But a new Head Forester had had to be appointed to take her fath...


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    Angela Lindsay was known as the quiet, reserved Night Sister and for this reason her colleagues were very surprised to learn of her friendship with the exuberant Roger Cameron, whose unconventional nature was so different from Angela's gentle reticen...


  • Dr. Stevens was "Johnny" to everyone in the hospital except Sister Jane Mitchel who made it quite clear that she had no particular interest in him. Secretly she lost some of her cool composure whenever he came near her and could not understand what s...


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