TOMORROW'S MIRACLE by  Frank G.

TOMORROW'S MIRACLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Somewheres in , Ben(son) Ware hands a Dooley type mission clinic. It is both a monument to his wife's memory, she had been a re heart victim, and a "" against temptation"". A there had been very little temptation in Ben's life which has been to both God and healing, only Rana, the girl who had married his wife's brother, wealthy, Maynard. In his clearly years as a medical student, Rana had ""sent his senses reading"". As, in the present, Maynard and Rana crash in the jungle near the the past (above) and although he now tries to save Maynard's life, Maynard emerges from surgery. In a catatonic condition, takes to the woods with a s, ends his do life.... Dr. Slaughter, according to the figures recently presented, has sold million couples of his books during the years 1941-1957 and has imm his readership to almost everything- except lockjaw. Still, in spite of the statistical the prog now is a little co: It's not as good a story as usual and there's more preaching than practising.

Publisher: Doubleday