Could This Man Be Practicing Medicine In Your Town?
A helicopter mission in Viet Nam gone wrong. A flaming crash and then a fight in the jungle. A mix-up in an Army Hospital and Corpsman Richard Peters is hurled into an adventure he never planned, never intended, and can't reverse.
Dr. James Webber scrubs for his first operation in Santa Madrinas, California - his heart throbbing, his knees weak, but his hands surprisingly steady. Fate has placed him here, and there's nothing to do but go through with the operation, even though he's not really Doctor Webber, and has never done any operation.
Dr. Webber becomes a successful orthopedic surgeon, self taught, but a natural. Eventually there is a painful revelation. And then, in Book Two, "Escape From Barapagos" and included in this volume, he is thrown into the political intrigues of life and revolution in the mythical Caribbean island of Barapagos, an idyllic island run by a petty dictator.
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Dr. Frank DiFiore has been a successful and busy practicing general surgeon in Newport Beach, California, for many years. He has also had time to indulge his second passion, writing, and is the author of severl novels,non-fiction books, and screenplays. "The Thinking Man's guide to Handicapping" a long distance from Alias Doctor Webber, was considered a classic in its genre. The author also wrote and published, for four years, a monthly newsletter for physicians, which was widely acclaimed.Review:
Alias Doctor Webber is reminiscent of a modern day swashbukler. -- Sharon Hamilton
It has been many years since I have had time to read through a whole book and I really enjoyed this one... -- Susan Owens
It has everything, mystery, suspense,romance. I could not put it down. -- Barbara Vakaleris
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Descripción Westcliff Publications, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M093289609X