NANCY NAYLOR: Visiting Nurse by Elizabeth Lansing

NANCY NAYLOR: Visiting Nurse

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Probably this is the last of this series, for Nancy Naylor gets to the altar in the final chapter. The months leading up to it conditioned her gradually to giving up her hospital appointment and settling into the Vermont village where her family had moved. She threw herself into the job of visiting nurse to soothe an aching heart; she gets involved in a mystery -- and solves it; she reforms a haphazard Italian family; she has her ups and downs, but they don't add up to a book which contributes very much to the shelves of vocational advice on nursing. Sell as a story primarily.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1947
Publisher: Crowell