NORA MEADE, M.D. by Elizabeth Wesley


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Nora Meade goes home to the Indiana hills to take over her grandfather's practice, gives up Bill Raymond who moves on to a more social- specialized sphere as a city surgeon. A child who needs a difficult cardiac operation brings Bill back into her life- which now includes the quiet attendance of Chad, a reporter. The routine of general practioneering, a typhoid threat, a factory explosion, animate these annals of rural medicine- and at the end for Nora there's the knowledge that it is Chad, not Bill, she loves... For those in the reatal waiting room, a pleasant, non-habit forming sedation.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1955
Publisher: Avalon