Saturday, November 16, 2019

Uldis Klavins

Title: Disaster Area Nurse
Author: Arlene Hale
Publisher: Ace
Published: ©1965
Illustrator: Uldis Klavins
Review available

The artist is credited at an auction house web site where the original artwork was sold. 


The thunder roared and crashed about them—but Nurse Lynn Lawrence felt that the wildness of the storm was rivaled by the frantic racing of her own thoughts. She cast a glance at her fiancé, Greg Avery. Beside him, huddled helplessly, was the pretty Dawn Evans. There was no doubt that Greg was paying a great deal of attention to comforting Dawn—too much, Lynn thought. But there was another in the group of flood-marooned strangers. He was handsome, and smiled at Lynn in a way that sent the heart fluttering. Surely things would right themselves once they got back to civilization. But in a disaster like this, a short time could lead to a broken-hearted eternity.

Monday, August 5, 2019

Victor Kalin

Title: Jane Arden Staff Nurse
Author: Kathleen Harris
Published: ©1957
Publisher: Popular Giant G-497
Illustrator: Victor Kalin

His signature in in the lower left-hand corner.


As staff nurse in a fast-paced university hospital, Jane Arden was sure her new job would leave her no time for men. She was also sure she’ never forget the man she’d loved all her life, and had lost in a tragic plane accident. But then she learned that time has a way of healing all wounds … and a new love a way of replacing the old.

Sunday, July 28, 2019

Forté

Title: Jane Arden Head Nurse
Author: Kathleen Harris
Publisher: Popular Library #G561
Published: Nov 1961, (c)1959
Illustrator: Forté

His signature is in the middle left-hand side.

When Jane Arden took over as Head Nurse at the Friedmont Hospital, she knew that the job had many pitfalls. But it was an exciting challenge in a field she loved. Then she met Jeff Wallace, the young, outspoken Chairman of a strife-torn Hospital Board. Jane needed his support and his friendship. She saw him more and more. At first when people started to talk she didn't care. But she had enemies who wanted to get rid of her any way they could. Suddenly Jane realized that her whole career was threatened--as well as her growing love for Jeff. Was it already too late?

Jack Harman

Title: Nurse Templar
Author: Anne Weale
Publisher: Harlequin #578
Published: Dec 1966, (c)1960
Illustrator: Jack Harman

His signature is in the lower left-hand corner.

The bustling atmosphere of a brand-new, modern residential community is the background of this charming story of a young midwife, the pleasant doctor who loved her, and the not-so-pleasant but oh! so attractive man who did not. Linden knew she was being foolish to think of Randal Craig. he was too wealthy, his family too exclusive, for her. She must put him firmly out of her mind ... but that was easier said than done. 

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Victor Kalin

Title: The Doctor
Author: Mary Roberts Rinehart
Publisher: Dell
Published: Oct 1966, ©1935
Illustrator: Victor Kalin

He is credited on the back cover.

Innocence began and ended with Katie Walters. She was a child-woman--young enough to want things her way and old enough to know just how to get them. Dr. Chris Arden didn't know about Katie when he opened an office at the Walters house. But soon he learned she was to be only one of the many dangers destiny had planned ...

JH

Title: Make up Your Mind Nurse
Author: Phyllis Matthewman
Publisher: Harlequin
Published: June 1964, ©1964
Illustrator: JH

The initials are in the lower left-hand corner.

Staff Nurse Tracy Morland was the most envied girl in the hospital when eligible Doctor Colin Brent asked her to marry him. She accepted, and then found the demands of her career interfering with their  marriage plans. But would she have let them interfere if she had been truly in love?

Bern Smith

Title: Nurse of My Heart
Author: Jill Christian
Publisher: Harlequin
Published: Feb 1963, 1955
Illustrator: Bern Smith

His signature is in the lower left-hand corner.

When Sally gave up her hospital career to go home and nurse her sister Jeannie, she was making a bigger sacrifice than anyone knew; for Jean had married the man Sally loved. All the same, she looked forward to seeing her beloved Cumberland again; she could even visit the farm that was her own property and meet the tenant who had such a reputation for being dour and difficult.