ARMY DOCTOR by Elizabeth Seifert

ARMY DOCTOR

KIRKUS REVIEW

Again a two-sided surgical story-cum-romance, competently handled for rentals, and with a certain timeliness in the fact that it is a story of an army doctor who is anti-army , and of his superior, a Major, a fine soldier but a medical incompetent, whose daughter the younger doctor loves. Young Saunders is a trouble shooter, he likes to make a grandstand play -- but in the end circumstances teach him that the army isn't such a bad place after all, and that one can be a good soldier and a good doctor.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead