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'Theatre Sister Leith Robinson had a secret dream, which could only be achieved with hard cash, and so had developed a reputation for working all hours, but, worse, being money hungry. Which was why Dr Gabe Vincent knew, if the cash incentive was right, she would agree to accompany him to India to work with burns victims. But Leith had her principles, and insisted on knowing that the money she was paid could not be better used for the victims, which was Gabe's first misconception knocked on the head! Getting information out of Leith was worse than pulling teeth, but Gabe was determined to solve the puzzle - only what would he do when he learned the truth? - back cover' (Chatswood 1994)