NURSES ARE PEOPLE by Lucy Agnes Hancock

NURSES ARE PEOPLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another nice-Nellie-nursing-narrative for your staider renters, quite demure. How Roberta falls in love with a young doctor, only to discover he is married. (We seem to be having marital measles in this bulletin)... She breaks with him, and then is confronted by his taking a position in her hospital. A young engineer comes in as a patient, falls in love with her, and helps bridge the period when she sees her ex-love playing around with other women and precipitating a hospital shakeup. All's well that ends well -- and this one does.

Pub Date: Feb. 10th, 1940
Publisher: Macrae Smith