KATE RUSSELL Red Cross Nurse by Martha Johnson

KATE RUSSELL Red Cross Nurse

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Level-headed, stout-hearted Kate Russell finds all her assets more than tested when, as a Red Cross Nurse, she is sent to Vermont to deal with a flood emergency, and later goes to wartime England. She goes through the torpedoing of the ship, the days adrift in a lifeboat, apparently without a tremor. Helping her throughout is Dr. Robertson, a young English doctor returning to England on the same ship, and this provides romantic asides. The heroine is a bit too good to be true, but OK reading.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1942
Publisher: Crowell