Author: William Johnston
Publisher: Medical Fiction
Published: January 1963
Illustrator: Robert Bonfils
His signature is in the lower left-hand corner. This is similar to his signature on works such as Anything Goes (see below).
You know Nurse Powell or perhaps you’ve just seen her walking down a hospital corridor. For a nurse, she’s a bit too distracting in face and figure, but she’s tops in her profession, capable, calm, trained right down to her fingertips. You might suspect that there was a romance between her and that brilliant young doctor, and you’d be right. But did you know that simply because one patient, her off-duty hours became a whirlpool of politics and pleasure, she forgot her professional coolness, and lost her heart to a completely different type of man?
|Signature of Robert Bonfils,|
from Anything Goes illustration