THE NIGHT IS ENDING by James Ronald

THE NIGHT IS ENDING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This has the makings of a Warwick Deeping -- with its blacks and whites of good and evil sharply defined, but with a readable tale, a story of a woman who makes her life over by helping those in more trouble than herself and whose own problems are solved in the process. A deep personal sorrow brings her in touch with a young doctor who is giving his life to doctoring the poor; he gives her a new creed of courage-and she interprets his charge to mean that the responsibility of a family of four, accidentally thrust upon her, is hers to take. It is a grim challenge -- it takes her to a provincial slum-ridden English town, it leads to the saving of two children -- the inevitable loss of a third; and eventually it brings her happiness and richness of experience.

Pub Date: April 26th, 1944
Publisher: Lippincott