DOCTORS ARE DIFFERETN by Dorothy Pierce Walker

DOCTORS ARE DIFFERETN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The decision which faces Marsha, when marriage to Tony, rich and social, offers her a soft life ahead while work in a hospital, as laboratory assistant to Keith Avery more stimulating and satisfying. Postponing her wedding, Marsha eventually turns Tony over to another girl, and Keith- who has sustained an obdurate resistance to marriage and Marsha, proves that doctors are no different after all. The Rx for romance, and a mild redication.

Pub Date: July 23rd, 1951
Publisher: Macrae-Smith