The Adventures of a Lady Nurse
C.J. Cutcliffe Hyne
Introduction by Roger Ellis

The English writer C.J. Cutcliffe Hyne (1886-1944) regarded himself as a "roamer." Yet he is remembered for his books of travel and adventure, as well as for the six tales that comprise The Adventures of a Lady Nurse. These are reprinted from The Minute Magazine, Jan.–July 1896. Read about Nurse York and the "cases" sent her way by her superior Dr. Tweed for detection with an odd and clinical slant.

Chapbook with colour card cover, 48 pp.
ISBN 1-55246-398-2 $10.00

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