Cherry Ames, Island Nurse: Book 14 by Helen Wells

By Helen Wells

Cherry Ames is again, simply as you take note her! The books are only as you keep in mind them, keeping an analogous glance, suppose, and experience of experience and patriotism as after they have been first released. With absolutely illustrated colour covers and a soft-finished hardcover layout like the originals, those books will shipping you again to the times for those who have been examining approximately this spunky younger nurse. sequence editor and registered nurse Harriet Forman used to be encouraged via, and continues to be a loyal fan of, Cherry Ames: "...I was once going to keep on with in her footsteps and turn into a nurse--nothing else might do." Little does Nurse Cherry become aware of whilst amazing Sir Ian Barclay is rushed by means of his nephew Lloyd to Hilton clinic that her most recent 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 speedy clinically determined, and Cherry is assigned to take care of the truculent yet endearing previous Scotsman. Cherry quickly suspects that greater than affliction is caring the peppery proprietor of the Balfour Iron Mines, and her suspicions basically deepen upon their arrival at Barclay condominium on Balfour Island. precise, there's hassle on the mines. however the mysterious activities of Sir Ian's erstwhile pal, Jock Cameron, strength Cherry to finish that difficulty of even larger final result 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 journey at anchor off Balfour Island? The startling option to this baffling secret waits for Cherry in 3 diverse locations: deep within the salt-stained recesses of Rogues' Cave, within the musty tower room of Barclay condominium, and within the gap at the hill. yet first Cherry needs to face the results of an island hurricane, as she and the island physician fight to save lots of the group of a shoal-wrecked boat. Springer Publishing corporation is thrilled to be bringing Helen Wells's liked heroine again into print for a brand new new release of more youthful readers (as good as a bunch of nostalgic older ones). The books can be found as fantastically rendered facsimile hardcover variants and in boxed units of 4.

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In return for his obedience, however, he expected to see such great improvement every twenty-four hours that he would be told he could return to Balfour Island. Lloyd Barclay and the pilot, Jerry Ives, were as much in the dark as Cherry and Dr. Joe as to exactly why Sir Ian was insistent upon returning home. They all knew by now that Sir Ian’s news over the telephone concerned closing a mine. “But that’s no reason for Uncle Ian to go home,” Lloyd said. “Number 2 mine, which has not been worked for years, was reopened shortly before we left.

He advanced money for machinery and equipment for Balfour Mines, so he’s interested in seeing that the mines are operating at top level if he ever has to take them over. If observing modern efficiency methods in other mines would help Uncle and me to do this, Mr. ” “Well, then,” argued Cherry, “isn’t Mr. Broderick taking a big chance? If you operate the mines very profitably, the loans will be paid off and Mr. ” “But that’s a chance he’s willing to take,” Lloyd said. “You see, either way he doesn’t really lose.

Please excuse me, Mr. Barclay,” she said. ” 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.

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