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"For a moment I forgot the knife-like wind in the thrill which I always found in a new life, the thrill was always fresh, always warm." Chapter 1, pg. 7.

"What she needed was an injection of penicillin, but this was 1939 and the antibiotics were still a little way round the corner." Chapter 3, pg. 22.

"This could be expected, because just as people place more reliance on the words of knacker men and meal travelers than their vets' when their animals are concerned it was natural that hey would believe the vet rather than the doctor with their own ailments." Chapter 4, pg. 35.

"Mrs. Donovan, too, had her reward; she had a faithful companion by her side every hour of the day and night. But there was more to it than that; she had always had the compulsion to help and heal animals and the salvation of Roy was the high point of...

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