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Liz had not wanted to go to Tasghala

Her father's summons to join him at his desert posting was a punishment to Liz, indicating his disapproval of her London life-style.

Then she realized the loneliness his life's work had forced upon him and determined to change all that.

Dr. Roger Yates, her father's friend, might question her sincerity, for it was obvious he didn't like he
Published (first published 1959)
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Eileen Norah Owbridge was born on 8 September 1903, she lived in Preston, Sussex, England, and passed away on 4 February 1994.

Under the pseudonym Jane Arbor she wrote over 55 romance novel for Mills & Boon from 1948 to 1985. She started writing doctor-nurse romances, and many have been reedited with diferent titles, that included the words "nurse", "doctor" or "surgeon". Later, she focused her
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