formerly a newspaper columnist and associate editorial page editor, is the youngest child of the late Drs. Alice and Joe Holoubek. Now an independent editor, writer, and publisher, she and her husband enjoy living on a quiet country road in a bend of the Red River. Like her parents, she relishes farflung travel. Visit her website at www.marthafitzgerald.com Learn More »
This charming book is replete with enough medical references to interest any student of medical history. Other readers will fall under the spell of the music, automobiles, and social mores of the 1930s.
- Library Journal
Great new book of letters ...
This well-done book should be on best-seller lists.
- Kirk Zebolsky Omaha Examiner.com
For medical students and residents in training, this is ‘must’ reading. A lesson from those who came before that great obstacles can be overcome and all will be worth it in the end.
- Robert A. Barish M.D. Chancellor, LSU Health Shreveport
The tenderness, the joy and the hope of these two especially against the background of widespread and potentially fatal TB at home and Hitler's marauding in Europe makes it a love story to be cherished.
- Rose Selcer GoodReads
Their letters revealed many tips for communication in a marriage: Be Spirit-filled. Be attentive and sensitive. Be honest. Be loving. Be wise. And sometimes, be quiet and just listen