A French military nurse who takes care of Robert Ross at Bois de Madeleine hospital after he commits a series of war crimes and sustains severe, disfiguring burns. As with Juliet d’Orsey, the narration features several transcripts of interviews with Miss Turner in the novel’s contemporary time period, roughly sixty years after the events that take place during World War I. When Robert arrives at her hospital, she is outraged that a Military Police officer is required to stay by him at all times, even during surgery. Miss Turner hoards morphine for Robert and offers to assist him in committing suicide, but he replies, “not yet,” a statement that profoundly affects her and becomes her life’s motto. In addition to sharing her memories of Robert, Miss Turner’s interviews hold retrospective wisdom about the war’s harmful effects on society and culture.