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After practicing medicine for forty-five years, Doctor "Sawbones" Hunter is retiring. It's April 1948, and the long-awaited hospital in Upward, Saskatchewan is about to open. Although the war is over and the town is buoyed by optimism, a change is in the air. Revealed through dialogue and memory, Sawbones Memorial is the story of one man as told by his town.
Wrongfully accused of murder, Dr. Catherine Bennett is destined to hang... unless she can disappear. With the untamed territory of Colorado as her most likely refuge, she packs her physician's kit and heads West. But even with a new life and name, a female doctor with a bounty on her head can hide for only so long. Sawbones is the first novel in a gripping historical fiction series. "Packs a big punch with grit and raw passion....A GRAND SLAM OUT OF THE PARK." -RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!) 4.5 stars "Thoroughly original, smart and satisfying...perhaps a new subgenre: THE FEMINIST WESTERN." -Lone Star Literary Life "DAMN BRILLIANT and I absolutely loved it!" -Bibliosanctum (4.5 stars) "I COULDN'T TEAR MYSELF AWAY... An epic story of love and courage that sweeps from east to west, Sawbones will rip right through you." -Marci Jefferson "A PAGE-TURNER" -Jane Kirkpatrick, New York Times bestselling author "YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE with Catherine." -Sandra Dallas, New York Times bestselling author
Johnstone Justice. What America Needs Now. Bestselling authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone give the classic American hero a real shot in the arm—in this epic story of a Rebel doctor fighting for justice in the aftermath of the Civil War . . . VENGEANCE WITH A SCALPEL On the blood-stained battlefields of a divided nation, Dr. Samuel Knight used his surgical skills to treat wounded Confederate soldiers. In the brutal prison camps of the Union Army, he offered his healing services to fellow captives who’d given up hope. But now, with the war over and the South in ruins, the good doctor faces his hardest challenge yet: to save himself . . . Penniless and hungry, Knight has to beg, borrow, and steal to survive in a post-war hell that used to be his country. By the time he reaches his home in East Texas, it’s been taken over. Ruthless Union soldiers rule over the town with an iron fist. A Yankee carpetbagger is living in his old house—and the jackal has forced Knight’s wife to marry him. A normal man might give up, but Dr. Samuel Knight is going to take back what belongs to him. With a heartfull of grit and a hunger for revenge and with swift, surgical precision, he’ll stick a bullet in every dead man walking . . .
“I was to make myself a killer.” In 1865, a man calling himself Septimus Whitehall slashed, shot, and burned his way from New York to California in a frenzy of violence. This is his own story, told in his own words. Seven names were on the doctor’s list. Seven men and women scattered all over the United States and its western territories. Seven souls judged guilty by a mysterious man with no past apart from the loss for which his enemies are blamed. The War Between the States is over, but Septimus Whitehall intends to wage a bloody war of his own and he is willing to cut down almost anyone who stands in his way. From New York City and Boston on the cusp of the Gilded Age to the war-ravaged ruins of Alabama and Arkansas, through the mythic American West and beyond, Whitehall will practice his violent vocation until everyone on that list meets the Sawbones.
Young surgeon Ezra McAdam must hasten to Paris to rescue his friend Loveday Finch and her charge Mahmoud, the Ottoman prince, who have been caught up in the Revolution. On the way, Ezra experiences the war first hand on the battlefields of Northern France, where his surgical skills are in high demand by the beleaguered French army. Meanwhile, in Paris, the guillotine is busy, and the medical world is finding the surfeit of bodies useful to its research into the seat of life. Ezra is not persuaded by the controversial theories of his French colleagues, but his mind is on other matters. Finding Loveday and Mahmoud is proving harder than he had imagined: it would appear that Paris really is the most dangerous place on earth. Ezra’s search takes him from the grand Hotel Dieu to the dark catacombs below the city; from the opulent War Office to the tall, forbidding Conciergerie - the city prison - here he must undertake the most audacious rescue attempt of all.
In the scavengers’ shops at The Market of the Dead anything can be bought or sold. At least that’s what Siff’s heard. But it depends on what you try to sell. Some goods attract more attention than others. Dangerous attention. Soon, Siff and her new friends become an endangered species in the concrete jungle. SIFF’S SAGA is rip-roaring action, dry wit and dystopian cyberpunk at its best. The future may not be bright … but it’s action-packed!
A gripping serial killer thriller with a twist – from No. 1 bestseller Stuart MacBride This time the serial killer picked the wrong family... ‘MacBride is a damned fine writer’ Peter James
A gripping serial killer thriller with a twist - from No. 1 bestseller Stuart MacBride This time the serial killer picked the wrong family... 'MacBride is a damned fine writer' Peter James They call him Sawbones: a serial killer touring America kidnapping young women. The FBI's investigating - but getting nowhere. The latest victim is Laura Jones. Sixteen years old. Pretty. Blonde. And the daughter of one of New York's most notorious gangsters. Laura's Dad doesn't care about the law. What he wants is revenge. And he knows just the guys to get it. This time, Sawbones picked on the wrong family...
"Sawbones Book covers all hospitals and related institutions, for physical and mental health from the earliest hospital ship in 1749, to include all regular and temporary ( e.g. Halifax Explosion, Epidemics and Wartime hospitals) and institutions for handicapped, mentally ill, including prisons, children's hospitals, adult public and private and military hospitals, MDS, nursing. medicines, contagious diseases past present and future. The first doctors of Nova Scotia had little or no training because there was no law regulating the practice of medicine. There was no legal registration required to practice medicine or surgery in this province. Doctors had to leave Nova Scotia and go to the United States or Europe to receive basic medical instruction, while many who wished to enter the medical profession had to follow the village doctor or leading physician in some towns. They learned by watching the doctor and helping out when required. The first Medical Act was passed on May 29, 1828, an Act to exclude uneducated and unskilled people from the practice of doctoring and surgery. The early doctors of Nova Scotia prepared their own medications for their patients and usually operated a dispensary adjoining their office where they hired people to make medicine for them."--
When a killer threatens his family before their testimony in a capital murder trial, Patrick Flint will do anything to keep them safe.
History of doctors in the Richmond Valley, NSW from 1866 to 1986
"Two zombies and a zombie sheep having adventures."--Provided by publisher.
This is the story of a little monkey named Sawbones. Sawbones lives in the city Zoo. But theres something special about Sawbones, he can talk!! Not only can he talk, but he sings and dances and so much more! But Sawbones is a little spoiled and a lot of the times, he's pretty mean. Will Sawbones find out that if your nice, everyone will love you? Or will he stay the old Sawbones and keep singing his mean old songs? Sawbones is his name and mischief is his game!
For nearly a quarter century, Donald L. Meamber, M.D., set out to research many nagging questions about his family, including, "Where in the world did a name like Meamber come from?" This book documents his search through libraries, genealogy records and microfilm, until he finally traveled to a tiny village in France and found his family's original birth, death and marriage records from the 1700's.Dr. Don, as his patients called him, also tells his own story of growing up in Yreka, Siskiyou County, California and marrying a home-town girl, the love of his life. He writes of his terrifying experiences as a Navy doctor in the Pacific during WW II, and of the overwhelming joy of returning to Yreka to raise his family. He went on to become the kind of small town doctor who makes house calls and cares deeply about his patients, a "Siskiyou Sawbones."Dr. Meamber spent years recording his stories on his trusty little Macintosh computer. In celebration of Dorothy and Don's 65th wedding anniversary on July 4, 2003, his daughters and grandchildren have edited and compiled his many computer files and trunkfuls of pictures into this book.
A compelling, often hilarious and occasionally horrifying exploration of how modern medicine came to be! Wondering whether eating powdered mummies might be just the thing to cure your ills? Tempted by those vintage ads suggesting you wear radioactive underpants for virility? Ever considered drilling a hole in your head to deal with those pesky headaches? Probably not. But for thousands of years, people have done things like this—and things that make radioactive underpants seem downright sensible! In their hit podcast, Sawbones, Sydnee and Justin McElroy breakdown the weird and wonderful way we got to modern healthcare. And some of the terrifying detours along the way. Every week, Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin amaze, amuse, and gross out (depending on the week) hundreds of thousands of avid listeners to their podcast, Sawbones. Consistently rated a top podcast on iTunes, with over 15 million total downloads, this rollicking journey through thousands of years of medical mishaps and miracles is not only hilarious but downright educational. While you may never even consider applying boiled weasel to your forehead (once the height of sophistication when it came to headache cures), you will almost certainly face some questionable medical advice in your everyday life (we’re looking at you, raw water!) and be better able to figure out if this is a miracle cure (it’s not) or a scam. Table of Contents: Part 1: The Unnerving The Resurrection Men Opium An Electrifying Experience Weight Loss Charcoal The Black Plague Pliny the Elder Erectile Dysfunction Spontaneous Combustion The Doctor Is In Trepanation Part II: The Gross Mummy Medicine Mercury The Guthole Bromance A Piece of Your Mind The Unkillable Phineas Gage Phrenology The Man Who Drank Poop Robert Liston Urine Luck! Radium Humorism The Doctor Is In The Straight Poop Part III: The Weird The Dancing Plague Curtis Howe Springer Smoke ’Em if You Got ëEm A Titanic Case of Nausea Arsenic Paracelsus Honey Self-Experimentation Homeopathy The Doctor Is In Part IV: The Awesome The Poison Squad Bloodletting Death by Chocolate John Harvey Kellogg Parrot Fever Detox Vinegar Polio Vaccine The Doctor Is In

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