A BARTLETT AT  by Martha Johnson

A BARTLETT AT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As the war goes on, we shall probably have a large crop of stories of this type, harmless but distinguished fiction about men and women on the various fighting fronts. This is about a Navy nurse, present at Pearl Harbor on its memorable day, then shifted to the Philippines for the harrowing weeks of the defense and fall, with a stop-over at Wak Israel during its assault. Thre is plenty excitement, gory details included, and some Fifth Column plots for good measure. They Were Expendable is still the book to read on this phase of the war.

Pub Date: March 23rd, 1943
Publisher: Crowell