By Helen Wells
Cherry Ames is again, simply as you take into accout her! The books are only as you keep in mind them, holding an identical glance, believe, and feel of experience and patriotism as once they have been first released. With absolutely illustrated colour covers and a soft-finished hardcover structure like the originals, those books will shipping you again to the times for those who have been analyzing approximately this spunky younger nurse. sequence editor and registered nurse Harriet Forman used to be encouraged via, and continues to be a faithful fan of, Cherry Ames: "...I used to be going to stick with in her footsteps and develop into a nurse--nothing else may do." Little does Nurse Cherry discover while wonderful Sir Ian Barclay is rushed by way of his nephew Lloyd to Hilton health facility that her latest case will hold her north to misty, sea-beaten Balfour Island, off the rugged coast of wind-swept Newfoundland. "Sudden hemorrhage of a peptic ulcer," Dr. Joe Fortune had fast clinically determined, and Cherry is assigned to deal with the truculent yet endearing previous Scotsman. Cherry quickly suspects that greater than disorder is being concerned the peppery proprietor of the Balfour Iron Mines, and her suspicions merely deepen upon their arrival at Barclay condo on Balfour Island. precise, there's hassle on the mines. however the mysterious activities of Sir Ian's erstwhile good friend, Jock Cameron, strength Cherry to finish that hassle of even larger outcome is within the making. What carry does the industrialist Broderick have over Sir Ian? who's "Little Joe" Tweed, and why does his trawler Heron experience at anchor off Balfour Island? The startling technique to this baffling secret waits for Cherry in 3 assorted locations: deep within the salt-stained recesses of Rogues' Cave, within the musty tower room of Barclay residence, and within the gap at the hill. yet first Cherry needs to face the consequences of an island typhoon, as she and the island healthcare professional fight to avoid wasting the team of a shoal-wrecked boat. Springer Publishing corporation is overjoyed to be bringing Helen Wells's loved heroine again into print for a brand new iteration of more youthful readers (as good as a number of nostalgic older ones). The books can be found as superbly rendered facsimile hardcover variations and in boxed units of 4.
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Extra info for Cherry Ames, Island Nurse: Book 14
And she hurried out of the room. Dr. Fortune was pulling the sheet up, after having examined Sir Ian once again. “You’re coming along. You say no pain to speak of, that’s good,” Dr. Joe was SIR IAN BARCLAY 27 remarking. “We’ll take some X rays, and then we’ll see what we’ll see. I’ve been in touch, as you know, with your Dr. Douglas Mackenzie on the island and he’s given me a summary of your case. Sounds like a fine young physician. Ulcer of the duodenum, that first inch of bowel next to the outlet of the stomach, he told me.
It takes too much money to run them LLOYD 35 and compete with enormous industrial and business concerns—the giants. You know yourself, Cherry, that the small grocery store finds it hard to compete with chain stores and supermarkets. “It’s the same with the Barclay-owned iron mines. We are little compared with the modern giants. When Uncle got the money for the new Number 10 mine, he had to borrow more than was safe for our familyowned mines. He stretched his credit too far. He has been able so far to make payments on the loans.
He LLOYD 37 cried softly in a bantering voice. ” He leaned back and considered her with mock seriousness. ” he asked. Cherry thanked him, laughing at his imitation of a canny Scotsman, but told him she had promised to be home by five o ’clock. “I really must fly,” she said, glancing at the time. “The Women’s Camp Committee is meeting at our house tonight on final plans on day camps for children this summer. ” Lloyd paid the check, then insisted upon taking her home in a taxi. ” he asked as he left her at her door.
Cherry Ames, Island Nurse: Book 14 by Helen Wells