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Confessions of a GP (The Confessions Series) - The Confessions (eBook)
  • Confessions of a GP (The Confessions Series) - The Confessions (eBook)

Confessions of a GP (The Confessions Series) - The Confessions (eBook)

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THE UK'S BESTSELLING EBOOK OF 2011.

Benjamin Daniels is angry. He is frustrated, confused, baffled and, quite frequently, very funny. He is also a GP. These are his confessions.

A woman troubled by pornographic dreams about Tom Jones. An 80-year-old man who can't remember why he's come to see the doctor. A woman with a common cold demanding (but not receiving) antibiotics. A man with a sore knee. A young woman who has been trying to conceive for a while but now finds herself pregnant and isn't sure she wants to go through with it. A 7-year-old boy with 'tummy aches' that don't really exist.

These are his patients.

Confessions of a GP is a witty insight into the life of a family doctor. Funny and moving in equal measure it will change the way you look at your GP next time you pop in with the sniffles.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007399345

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