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Resort Nurse by Rose Dana
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Resort Nurse (1969)

by Rose Dana

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Nurse Carol Holly accepted her summer assignment to the Mic-Mac Lodge with joy. It seemed full of promise. Her patient was wealthy Arthur Kulas, a diabetic, a stroke victim, but still active as an art collector and lecturer. Then there were Walter Pitt, the carefree young man who had pursued her from Boston, and Dr. Bill Shaw, the Mic-Mac's resident physician: she liked both more than she cared to admit. But Carol's lightheartedness came to an abrupt end when her patient was beaten and his room was burglarized. By whom? And why?
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A large print edition! Nurse Carol Holly accepted her summer assignment to the Mic-Mac Lodge with joy. It seemed full of promise. Her patient was wealthy Arthur Kulas, a diabetic, a stroke victim, but still active as an art collector and lecturer. Then there were Walter Pitt, the carefree young man who had pursued her from Boston, and Dr. Bill Shaw, the Mic-Mac's resident physician: she liked both more than she cared to admit. But Carol's lightheartedness came to an abrupt end when her patient was beaten and his room was burglarized. By whom? And why?

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Nurse Carol Holly accepted her summer assignment to the Mic-Mac Lodge with joy. It seemed full of promise. Only Walter Pitt, a man who has pursued her from Boston, and Dr Bill Shaw presented a problem: she liked both more than she cared to admit.

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