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by Elizabeth Seifert

Author: Elizabeth Seifert
Subcategory: Regency
Language: English
Publisher: Dodd, Mead; First Edition / First Printing edition (1978)
Pages: 280 pages
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: lrf mobi azw doc

by. Seifert, Elizabeth, 1897-1983.

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A doctor and his doctor wife have a rough and rocky start in their marriage. The wife is very loyal.

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Born 19 June 1897, Washington, Missouri; died June 1983. The Doctor's Promise (1979). The Problems of Dr. A (1979). Also writes under: Ellen Ashley. Daughter of Richard C. and Anna Sanford Seifert; married John Gasparotti, 1920; children: four. Elizabeth Seifert was educated in St. Louis; she received a . in 1918 from Washington University and attended the university's medical school for 18 months. Seifert's writing began as a means of self-expression and amusement for a woman in a small town with an invalid husband and four small children.