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Gordon Seagrave: What a kind, admirable, determined man of excellence with a heart of gold. He loved Burma (having been born in Rangoon), its people, using his surgical skills, his hospital, training nurses and doctors and solving problems related to his work. I feel sad at finishing his third and final Burma Surgeon book, My Hospital in the Hills, because it's been like living in his world and experiencing something exceedingly extraordinary. Reading the turmoil of his arrest for treason, trial ...more
Third book following Burma Surgeon and Return of Burma Surgeon. If you've had the opportunity to read them, then you should certainly try to track this one down and find out what happened next. A fascinating picture of Burma after the war from a unique viewpoint, and of course so many delightful little person details. Gordon Seagrave may not have been a great author, but he was a good one with a really special place from which to tell his story.