HOME FRONT NURSE by Adelaide Humphries

HOME FRONT NURSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A professional palliative to the story of Nancy, a nurse, who doesn't feel she belongs in the social sphere of Gil, and signs up for a year with the Army- on the Coast. There she works under Major Hansard, who applies an antiseptic technique toward women as well as patients, until Nancy earns his attention and attraction. But when the Major takes on an earlier obligation- the wife of a friend who suicides, Nancy returns home to Gil- and this time is sure of her love for him.... Little pink pill, and painless.

Pub Date: Feb. 5th, 1952
Publisher: Avalon