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The Doctor's Bag: Medicine and Surgery of Yesteryear by [Souter, Dr. Keith, More, Clay]

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About the Author

Keith was born in St Andrews and studied medicine at the University of Dundee in Scotland. Clay More is actually his western pen name. He lives in England within arrow-shot of the ruins of a medieval castle, the scene of two of his historical novels. He is a part time doctor, medical journalist and novelist, writing in four different genres—westerns, crime, historical and YA. He is fairly prolific, having written almost fifty books and has been translated into ten languages. Half of his non-fiction works are on medicine and health. The other half are eclectic, ranging from books on dice to ones on golf, science and tea. He has penned a weekly health column for over thirty years. He also enjoys the challenge of short fiction for which he has won a couple of prizes, including a 2006 Fish Award for The Villain’s Tale. Keith’s medical background finds its way into a lot of his writing, as can be seen in most of his western novels and short stories. One of the writing projects that he has had the most fun with has been the collaborative authorship of the Wolf Creek series, published by Western Fictioneers and Western Trail Blazer. His character in Wolf Creek is Doctor Logan Munro, the town doctor, who is gradually revealing more about himself with each book he appears in. Another of his western characters is Doctor Marcus Quigley, dentist, gambler and bounty hunter whose adventures are individually available as eBook short stories and also as a paperback collection, published by High Noon Press. Keith is a member of various writers’ organisations, including Western Fictioneers, Western Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, the Crime Writers’ Association and the Medical journalists Association. He is currently serving as the vice president of Western Fictioneers, a professional organisation of western writers. In his spare time he enjoys the movies, theatre and making bread. He plays golf, tennis and runs. As a frustrated actor he has found occasional solace as a supporting artist, but enough said about that! He lives in West Yorkshire in England with his wife Rachel and whichever of his children and grandchildren happen to pop home. If you want to see more of Keith’s output, check his website:

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  • File Size: 8701 KB
  • Print Length: 325 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517602122
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sundown Press (October 6, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 6, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0160Q21XG
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