NURSE'S DILEMMA IN THE PRIVATE CORRIDOR by Dorothy Deming

NURSE'S DILEMMA IN THE PRIVATE CORRIDOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fourth floor supervisor, Bonnie Dunbar, R.N., owed more than she knew to crotchety old Mr. Jenks, the lonely, wealthy eccentric, who decided to stay on at the hospital indefinitely. Although his will, with its bequest to the nurses upset Bonnie's routine, and the theft of the lawyer's briefcase turned her floor topsy-turvy, Bonnie had Mr. Jenks to thank for the proposal of Dr. Fitzhugh Gibbon. A formula novel with a good mystery element, this is not immortal prose. On the other hand there isn't a dull line, either.

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1957
Publisher: Dodd, Mead