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An Irish Country Doctor by Patrick Taylor
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Feb 02, 2010

really liked it
Read from February 02 to 11, 2010

Open the cover to An Irish Country Doctor and you will travel to Ballybucklebo Ireland, a town you would love to visit. Meeting the inhabitants of the town is a pleasure. Quirky Ms. MacCorkle and Sonny make quite a pair. Patricia Spence is the feminist. What happens if Julie discovers that she really is pregnant? Bertie Bishop thinks that he is at the top of the food chain and clearly needs to be taken down a peg and the good doctor is certainly one who can do it. I thoroughly enjoyed some of the comments that were made and laughed out loud. Dr. Fingal O'Reilly certainly has some unorthodox ways of treating his patients but young Dr. Barry Laverty, who answered an ad to be the doctor's junior assistant finds that he is learning a lot from him about how to serve as a GP in a small town. When you close the cover to the book, you will soon be looking for a ticket to An Irish Country Village so that you can quickly go back and see how everyone is doing. A pleasant read, complete with smiles and laughter.

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