End of the Chain

This Is A Novel About Medical Care In The Most Remote Parts Of Alaska, Out Where Those Deadliest Catch Fishermen Work, And Sometimes Die Follow Dexter Farquhar, A Physician Assistant As He Recounts Day To Day Clinic Duties, Adventures, And Challenges He Faces Providing Care Miles From The Nearest Hospital You Will Be There With Him The Life And Death Events Recount Medevacs, Coast Guard Rescues, Bush Plane Flying, Eskimos, And Is Told With Some Humor, And A Feeling Of Looking Over His ShoulderThe Stories Are Fiction While The Drama Is Real, Gathered By The Author, A Physician Assistant, Who Has Worked In Alaska For Years, Commuting From The LowerEnd of the Chain

About the author Robert Wallace Finlay known to his friends as Bob is named after Scotland s two greatest heroes Robert the Bruce, and William Wallace Bob is a practicing physician assistant who graduated from the Penn State PA program in 1984, and he has practiced continually since then He has spent the 21st century working in Alaska, in places so remote, and so beautiful, that he chose the t

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  • Paperback
  • 206 pages
  • End of the Chain
  • Robert Wallace Finlay
  • English
  • 12 July 2017
  • 9781503030442

12 thoughts on “End of the Chain

  1. says:

    This is an action packed adventure that takes you to a remote village in Alaska The setting is so realistic, you feel like you have been there at some moment in time It was so interesting that I couldn t put the book down The characters are very endearing I felt like I was in the emergency clinic in Adak working side by side with Dexter Exciting, suspenseful, funny, and I cried at the end.It s full of real life human emotion This book is a very good read.

  2. says:

    So in creating a book to add to the Goodreads list, I am asked to also review it My review It was amazing The book No, the process of living the adventures and writing about them was amazing, the book will be reviewed by others I hope.

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