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Doctor In The House (1946)

frowning into a yellow-covered book on fevers. He carefully put his finger on his place before speaking.
`You might try the theatre Sister from number six,' he suggested faintly.
`Oh, she's no use,' John said with authority. `Registrars only in that department. She's the sort of girl who'd hardly look at a houseman, let alone a poor student!'
`There's that little blonde staff nurse just come on Loftus's ward,' Mike continued helpfully. `She looks as if she'd be worth making advances to.'
'Hopeless!' John said. `She suffers badly from tinnitusringing in the ears, and they're wedding bells.'
`How about Rigor Mortis?' Tony suggested, suddenly looking pleased with himself.
`Old Rigor ... that's more like it!' John agreed. `She's always ready for a tumble with anybody.'
`The nursery slopes for our friend,' remarked Mike warmly.
`Rigor Mortis?' I asked dubiously.
`Oh, that's not her real name of course,' Tony explained. `It's Ada something or other. Haven't you come across her?'
`I don't think so.'
`She's not a great beauty,' he went on, `so perhaps that's why you haven't noticed her. But she has the kindest heart imaginable. She's the staff nurse on Loftus's male ward. I knew her well, old man. I'll introduce you. The more I think of it the more certain I am that she's what you need. She expects the minimum of entertainment and it is hardly necessary to do more than hold her hand and look plaintive. Capital ! You shall meet her tomorrow.'
Tony took me to meet Rigor Mortis the following afternoon, when the ward Sister was off duty. I immediately

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