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The Lady Doc

Caroline Lockhart

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Certainly the returns were temptingly large and the least optimistic among them believed he could convince his wife of the perfect safety of the investment, the success of which was practically assured by the fact that Andy P. Symes for an infinitesimal salary, as compared to his ability, was willing to assume the management.

A slender, blond gentleman, who derived a satisfactory income from the importation of Scotch woollens and Irish linens, confessed that for years he had cherished a secret desire to do something for mankind, providing he was assured of a reasonable return upon his investment, and, with the King of Brobdingnag, believed that the man who made, say, two sugar-beets grow where only one grew before, rendered an incalculable service to the human race.

The other guests expressed their admiration of the woollen importer's high sentiments, and while they admitted that no such noble impulse governed them they subscribed generously for stock in. . . Read More

Community Reviews

No femme fatale, the “lady doc” of Caroline Lockhart’s novel is by no means attractive, but she is definitely dangerous. Practicing medicine on the frontier with her only certification from a diploma mill, she is untrained and lacks any ideals usually associated with her chosen profession. She sees

I finished this one up a lot quicker than I expected. At first I did not care for the style of Caroline Lockhart's second novel. The first chapters tend to throw all the town's characters into the mix at once and that is always annoying for me. But as I kept going I became more intrigued with this 1

This book was written in 1912 by a pioneer woman from Cody, WY. The characters in the book are actual depictions of real people from the town. At the turn of last century, Cody was just starting to develop. Reading about the varied ambitions of the town's people was fascinating. There really was a L

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As a participant in the Cody Monologues, famous and infamous Woman of the West, CCPA Studio Theatre, I've come to learn about Caroline Lockhart and Dr. Frances Lane, whom this book was based on. Their falling out divided the town of Cody, Wy. What the exact truth was depends on who's tell