Saturday, February 26, 2011

Nurse in Hollywood

Title: Nurse in Hollywood
Author: Jane Converse
Publisher: Signet
Copyright: 1965
Illustrator: Robert Abbett
Review available

His signature is seen above her left shoulder.

Her ash-blond hair. Her big brown eyes. Her pert figure. These were only frosting to her personality—a personality that was pure whistle bait. So what if Kitty Walters was a nursing student just three months short of graduating? So what if her idea of heaven was the symbol R.N. pinned on a starched white uniform? Phil Harlan wasn’t called “Boy Wonder” for nothing. He was dynamic, magnetic, charming, a glib Svengali whose record of convincing was 100 percent. Phil Harlan would have no trouble turning a dedicated would-be nurse into a determined Hollywood starlet. At least that’s what Phil Harlan thought …

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