A Girl in Ten Thousand

by L.T. Meade

The heroine is an English girl, the daughter of a country doctor, who sacrificed his life for his profession. Believing herself fitted for a nurse, Effie Staunton began a course of training in St. Joseph's Hospital, London. Just as Effie was assured of success, she was forced to resign her charge. The story tells of her life thereafter, dwelling particularly on the incident that led to her being called "A girl in ten thousand."

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