The Unusual Diary of Dr. M by Sumitra Mukherjee

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The stories are recollections of incidents which happened over the years. Doctors see peoples as patients but in course of time they become friends. It is specially applicable to family doctors. The family doctors may treat three generations, including grandparents, parents and children. In such a long career as GP they become as if parts of family trees. Many cases they discover the true nature of patients characters that make them simply amazed. They are most ordinary peoples but they show so much compassions so much loves for fellow human beings. Here the author tried to put their stories in his diary and that gave immense pleasure. He had a very talented doctor friend. One day he discovered his friend had been turned in to drug addict and alcoholic due to unfortunate circumstances, which shocked him really hard and he wrote: I waited over quarter of an hour until I heard footsteps coming from downs stairs, soon a middle aged man appeared.
"I am looking for Richie."
"ugh you mean that filthy creature and notorious junky?"
"Do you know where he is sir?"
""Not a clue" he said "
""He disappeared without a trace. Tell me how did you know him? did you lend money?"
""He is my friend Dr. Richard Howarth"
"Suddenly I felt my voice chocked, from deep inside I felt the turbulence of starting 'Monsoon' crossing and blowing my heart, started coming inside my eyes as tears.
 

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Published October 29, 2012 by AuthorHouse UK. 194 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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In this unusual horror debut, Mukherjee delivers strange, mysterious tales of a British physician's patients.

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