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Irish Country Doctor, An [The Apprenticeship of Doctor Laverty], TAYLOR, Patrick

Author Name    TAYLOR, Patrick

Title   Irish Country Doctor, An [The Apprenticeship of Doctor Laverty]

Binding   Hardcover; Book Club Edition

Book Condition   Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper

Edition   Large Print Edition

Size   559 pages

Publisher   NY Tom Doherty Assoc. c2004, 2007

ISBN Number    0739479032 / 9780739479032

Seller ID   7025

The Doubleday Large Print Home Library Edition. Spine ends bumped, page edges yellowed; no binding problems, pages clean and bright. Dust wrapper slightly creased and edgeworn. A nice copy.; This novel, originally published in Canada as "The Apprenticeship of Doctor Laverty", is set in the 1960's in the tiny town of Ballybucklebo. It is the first book in the series. The author, an M.D., based this novel on journals he kept of his early days as a doctor in rural Ireland.; This author's books recommended by DES email discussion group members Judith L., Suzi S., Linda J., Anna B., and Sheila who says "They scratch the same itch for me as the James Herriot books, but I think they are better written. ...the eccentric characters and animals are all there as is the overall kindness and caring and the description of the countryside and rural life." Image is actual copy on offer.

Large Print Large Type Northern Ireland Doctor Ballybucklebo Fictionalized Autobiography Humour Village Life

Price = 12.00 USD

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