Outside so white and pure, inside so depraved…
A daring study of girls living in sexual intimacy!
Cover art swiped from Strange Nurse
From the back:
Clair And Her Lovers…
This is the story of lovely women … lonely women … women who drift into the ways of unnatural love. What makes them what they are? Is predisposition, some there some unwholesome twisted experience of … childhood, that nurtures the growth of these “flowers of evil”? Or does the noxious phenomenon inevitably occur when girls are herded together, as in schools, camps — and nurses’ quarters?
Consider three lovely nurses at Mercy Hospital. Young Claire Hainsby’s innocence had kept her flesh so starved that she became easy prey for warped Birdie Mathews. Once tainted, Claire sank to battling sensual Nesta Johnson for Birdie’s practiced and cynical love. Yet honey-gold Claire was attractive to men—one or two even lured her into passionate interludes. Could these experiences save her from the netherworld of her depraved emotions?
A Courageous Novel! Readers Will Watch With Fascination Claire’s Struggle To Escape…
2 thoughts on “Nurses’ Quarters (1970)”
White and pure.
As always, thank you for catching these errors!