By Helen Wells
Significant other Nurse Cherry's task as nurse to the well known ancient novelist Martha Logan will be an exhilarating project for any younger and lovely RN. And it's doubly fascinating for Cherry, for whilst the writer is going to England to do study for her subsequent booklet, Cherry is going alongside as better half nurse. however the glamour of recent neighbors and the joys of seeing well-known historical areas is quickly overshadowed by means of irritating occasions. Martha Logan and Cherry stopover at the Selsam Gallery in London--it is robbed of a fortune in artwork treasures. numerous days later they're having fun with the recognized Carewe inner most collection--when 4 masterpieces are lower from their frames! Are the thefts one way or the other hooked up with their visits? Have a few of their new neighbors used Martha to assist them perpetrate the thefts? Or is it purely accident that the locations the 2 stopover at are robbed? Cherry thinks the facts says NO. It takes the entire ingenuity and braveness of the alert and lovely younger nurse to slot the peculiar, baffling clues jointly and unmask the criminals in time to avoid one other robbery of useful artwork.
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Martha turned to include them. “Have you, Mr. Holt? Well, possibly Mr. ” “I believe he was robbed once, about ten years ago,” Archibald Hazard put in. “Fortunately, the thieves were caught very quickly, and the paintings recovered. ” Martha said. “That might explain his being so careful about whom he admits. I hear Mr. Carewe will not honor every application. ” “He’s frankly a snob,” Mr. Hazard declared. “He wants only distinguished visitors. ” Cherry and Peter began to laugh. The conversation was interrupted by the stewardesses serving light refreshments.
They walked along Park Lane back to their hotel, and found mail and messages waiting for them. Cherry’s mother had sent a second letter—the first was already there for her on the night of her arrival. Here was a letter from the Carewe Museum, saying stiffly that in view of Mrs. Logan’s injury, her nurse would be admitted with her, as a very special exception. Peter Holt had telephoned and would try again. Archibald Hazard had telephoned inviting Mrs. Logan and Miss Ames 50 CHERRY AMES, COMPANION NURSE to lunch the next day.
She sent the cable while her patient had an afternoon nap. Then two friends, Mr. and Mrs. Le Sueuer, came to visit Mrs. Logan. They were curious about the Carewe Museum—as curious as Cherry herself. NURSE’S VACATION 23 “I’ve heard it’s a fabulous place,” Mrs. Le Sueuer said. “But why? ” So Martha Logan explained. This celebrated collection of paintings included famous personages of several centuries, portrayed by great artists. The collection was priceless—any art museum, certainly any art dealer or private collector, would be overjoyed to own one or two of its treasures.