Practise What You Preach Edward Vernon’s Practice series Book 2

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#ad - This is the second of Edward Vernon's books about a young GP. Here's what the critics said about the Edward Vernon books:Warm and humorous. The anecdotes pour out of every page - lancashire evening postgenuinely funny - South Wales ArgusWise, sad and heartwarming - Chattanooga TimesMost of his adventures are funny, some hilarious; but he has the good sense to leven the comedy lump with some that are sad, funny, some touching.

Edward vernon is a pen name of a well known British doctor/author. Set in the 1970s, the book describes the medical misadventures of a young, in a small town in the English midlands, harassed GP who is learning on the job. A huge hit in the uk and the uSA when first published these books have only now been made available as ebooks on Amazon.

Practise What You Preach Edward Vernon's Practice series Book 2 #ad - There's the embarrassed vicar with the guilty secret, a beautiful young patient who insists on being examined in the bath, the private patient who pays him to keep her ill, a six year old marble swallower and an a difficult encounter with a patient who can't speak a word of English. All are written lightly, compassion and humour as herriot brings to the animal world - cleveland plain dalerthoroughly delightful - fresno beehilarious - titbitsa delightfully funny book that keeps the reader laughing and appeals to one's sense of the ridiculous - Sunday Advocate, amaze and entertain - Yorkshire PostViews the human species he treats with much the same affection, Baton RougeFor entertainment, a chapter or two before bedtime is just what the doctor ordered - Sacromento BeeDoes for British GPs what Herriot has done for vets - BooklistHilarious, written with skill and zest - Evening TelegraphVery funny - Citizen, easily, well observed and consistently readable - Daily TelegraphWill amuse, entertainingly - Oxford TimesGood fun - Homes and GardensThe funniest of the funny doctor books - Richard GordonJolly good reading - Publishers WeeklyTruthful, Gloucesteretc etc.

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Practice Makes Perfect Edward Vernon's Practice series Book 1

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#ad - Just published as an e book, exclusive to Amazon, this book was a huge hit in England and America when first published in the 1970s. Dr vernon soon finds himself bemused, fascinated and exhausted as he copes with the procession of ailing humanity that streams into his surgery and awaits his visits. It's the 1970s and newly qualified gp edward Vernon has taken a job as an assistant to an elderly general practitioner in a small town in the English midlands.

All are written lightly, easily, sometimes hilarious - lancashire evening posttruthful, entertainingly - oxford timesthe funniest of the funny doctor books - Richard GordonJolly good reading - Publishers WeeklyViews the human species he treats with much the same affection, compassion and humour as Herriot brings to the animal world - Cleveland Plain DealerSometimes serious, well observed and consistently readable - Daily TelegraphPerceptive and witty - Surrey AdvertiserWill amuse, amaze and entertain - Yorkshire Postetc etc .

Practice Makes Perfect Edward Vernon's Practice series Book 1 #ad - It is his first job in general practice; his first brave excursion into the dangerous world where patients walk round in their clothes. Edward vernon is a pen name of a well known British doctor/author. Here's what the critics said about the series:thoroughly delightful - fresno beehilarious - titbitsa delightfully funny book that keeps the reader laughing and appeals to one's sense of the ridiculous - Sunday Advocate, written with skill and zest - Grimsby Evening TelegraphVery funny - Citizen, some hilarious; but he has the good sense to leven the comedy lump with some that are sad, genuinely funny - South Wales EchoWise, GloucesterThoroughly enjoyable, funny, Baton RougeFor entertainment, sad and heartwarming - Chattanooga TimesGood fun - Homes and GardensMost of his adventures are funny, a chapter or two before bedtime is just what the doctor ordered - Sacramento BeeDoes for British GPs what Herriot has done for vets - BooklistHilarious, some touching.

A confused old lady, hypochondriac, puzzled diabetic, tipster with an ulcer, lonely housewife, timid vet, nun with dandruff and a persistent young lady with abundant charms and nothing wrong with her.

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Getting into Practice Edward Vernon's Practice series Book 3

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#ad - In his hilarious book getting into practice, edward Vernon whose early years as a GP are described in Practice Makes Perfect and Practise What You Preach describes his years at medical school. His descriptions of daunting receptionists, magazine-strewn waiting rooms and hypochondriacal patients will strike many familiar cords, but Dr Vernon is at his best when recounting his encounters in the surgery and at the bedside.

Still wet behind the ears, he found himself on a whirlwind tour through the seven ages of man and the 57 varieties of human nature. He has to learn how to examine real people, diagnose them without becoming emotionally involved and fend off the crises of confidence which await around every corner. For anyone needing to be entertained, and at times moved, there could be no better prescription than one chapter.

Getting into Practice Edward Vernon's Practice series Book 3 #ad - . Taken each night at bedtime - liverpool echotruthful, sad and heartwarming - chattanooga timesgood fun - homes and gardensjolly good reading - publishers weeklyviews the human species he treats with much the same affection, a chapter or two before bedtime is just what the doctor ordered - Sacromento BeeDoes for British GPs what Herriot has done for vets - BooklistHilarious - Grimsby Evening TelegraphVery funny - Citizen, well observed and consistently readable - Daily TelegraphThe funniest of the funny doctor books - Richard GordonDr Vernon is onto a good thing; we could do with some more - Oxford TimesHilarious - TitbitsThoroughly delightful - Fresno BeeDelightfully funny - Sunday Advocate, compassion and humour as Herriot brings to the animal world - Cleveland Plain DealerSometimes serious, funny, Baton RougeFor entertainment, GloucesterGenuinely funny - South Wales EchoWise, sometimes hilarious - Lancashire Evening PostWill amuse, amaze and entertain - Yorkshire Postetc etc .

The book is set in the 1970s and there will no doubt be some readers who might think that things were better then. Edward vernon is a pen name of a well known British doctor/author.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 15: Bilbury Memories

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#ad - This is, like all the other books in the series, an account of the life of a young doctor working in a village practice in a remote part of Devon, England. The 15th book in the young Country Doctor series can be read in sequence or as a stand alone volume. The book is set in the 1970s.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 13: Bilbury Tales

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#ad - The 13th book in The Young Country Doctor series. In addition to the doctor's medical experiences the book also describes rural life in England and the sometimes bizarre happenings in the village. It describes the life, times and adventures of a young doctor working in the village of Bilbury in North Devon, England in the 1970s.

This book can be read alone or as part of the series.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 12: Bilbury Joys

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#ad - A stand alone book which can be enjoyed by readers new to the series. This is the 12th book in The Young Country Doctor series by Vernon Coleman. Many of his books have been bestsellers and his novel Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War has been turned into an award winning film. For more information please see Vernon Coleman's author page or visit www.

Vernoncoleman. Com. The author, vernon coleman, is a qualified doctor who has written over 100 books which have sold more than two million hardback and paperback copies in the UK and been translated into 25 languages. All the usual characters are here in this collection of memories about the village of Bilbury and its inhabitants.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 11: Bilbury Delights

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#ad - All the usual characters are here. Another collection of memories about the village of Bilbury and its inhabitants. All are lightly written, easily, entertainingly. Many of his books have been bestsellers and his novel Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War has been turned into an award winning movie. What the papers say:"Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books.

The good book guide"Truthful, well observed and consistently readable. Daily telegraph"His dry humour transforms doctor-patient encounters into hilarious anecdotes. Publishers weekly"most of his adventures are funny, some hilarious but he has the good sense to leaven the comedy with some that are sad, some touching.

The Young Country Doctor Book 11: Bilbury Delights #ad - We could do with some more. Oxford times"he has succeeded in writing a book that will entertain and warm the cockles of tired old hearts. Punch"the funniest book I have read since Three Men in a Boat. Chronicle and Echo"Coleman is a very funny writer. This england"his powers of observation combine with his penchant for brilliant word pictures to create a most delightful book that will appeal to all who appreciate humour and sharp characterisation.

Sunday Independent"Compulsive reading. The guardian"Brilliant!" The People"Superstar. Independent on Sunday"Revered guru of medicine.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 14: Bilbury Days

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#ad - The young country doctor book 14 bilbury days is the 14th book in the series of Vernon Coleman's books about a country GP working in the English village of Bilbury in North Devon. There are, as always, alarms, adventures and strange encounters. You do not have to have read the previous 13 books in the series to enjoy Bilbury Days.

. The book describes the adventures of the local doctor and centres around his home, Patchy Fogg, his animals and his friends Thumper Robinson, his wife Patsy, Frank and Gilly who run the local pub The Duck and Puddle and Peter Marshall who runs the local shop.

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Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War

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Chilton Designs #ad - The daily telegraph called it `Funny and poignant and socially relevant'. The second, which continues the story, is Mrs Caldicot's Knickerbocker Glory. Dr coleman's lightness of touch and direct prose are all that one could wish for. Maxwell craven in the derby Evening Telegraph`Vernon Coleman really captures the personality of Mrs Caldicot.

Cinema audiences stood and cheered at the end when the film was shown. You'll be hooked and won't be able to put it down. Newton abbott & Mid Devon`Understated British classic. Express and Echo`Funny and thought provoking novel. Western morning News'Funny and poignant. About a woman who decides to fight back, transforming the lives of those around her.

Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War #ad - The Times'. Typically understated British classic. Express & echo'Humour, pathos and sympathy. Evening standard 'Witty, poignant and beautifully written' - Western Mail'.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 10: Bilbury Mixture

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#ad - A stand alone book which can be enjoyed by readers new to the series. The book contains the usual mixture of medical and country stories and all the usual characters appear. Another collection of memories from the English village of Bilbury, set in the 1970s.

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Mrs Caldicot's Oyster Parade

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#ad - This is the third in the four book series of novels about Mrs Caldicot. A trip abroad results in disaster but Mrs Caldicot and company rise above their misfortune. The first book, 'mrs caldicot's Cabbage War was filmed starring Pauline Collins in the title role. Mrs caldicot and her colleagues from the Twilight Years Rest Home win the lottery.

Their win is small but it transforms their lives in an unexpected way.

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