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Grahame C W Howard

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Dr. Grahame Howard was born in London in 1953. His family moved to Norwich when he was four years old, but he later returned to London to study medicine at St. Thomas’ Hospital Medical School, from where he graduated in 1976. His subsequent career was spent in Edinburgh, specialising in prostate and testicular cancer.
'Spoz and Friends: Tales of a London Medical Student' recalls his time as a medical student, highlighting some of the highs and lows of being a student at that time. 'The Euthanasia Protocol' set in a futuristic dystopian society, takes a satirical swipe at politics, systems and theism, among other things while the 'The Marble Corridor' charts a young doctors progress from houseman to consultant. Part social commentary with hu
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The Euthanasia Protocol

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I'm pleased to say that I'll be signing copies of my book on 2nd November at The Scottish Health Services Centre, Edinburgh, from 12-2pm.
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'You're interested in the First World War so I thought you might like this book.' My heart sank when the beloved handed over this large tome. At 600 pages I thought a quick scan through and that's going on the shelf as a reference. 'Thanks,' I said r ...more
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Normally I would not review a classic as there is usually so little to add to previous plaudits. Occasionally, however, when a story moves from the recent past into a historical context, I wonder if a new generation of readers can add something using ...more
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Science fiction is not my favourite genre but maybe it should be. This tale illustrates, in a totally credible way, how the thin veneer that defines civilised society can crumble and disintegrate in a totally unexpected and frighteningly rapid fashio ...more
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I do not like reading travelogues and, as the author states in his introduction, nor does he. Neither did he have any intention of writing one. This story, however, is different. It is not about places, it is about the journey, the people and particu ...more
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A successful middle aged man reviews his life from his his hospital bed having had a stroke. He reflects on the motives for his professional and personal relationships. A fascinating insight into what it might be like to lose the ability to communica ...more
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