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From Pakistan to Tanganyika, from Scotland to Tasmania, doctors all over the world, carrying their little black bags, enter the private world of patients as they struggle with the business of dying and living. This novel - a fictionalised account of the lives of remote and single-handed general practitioners (family doctors) - brilliantly captures the essence of family medicine, and so much more. The secrets from the black bag presented in these stories have been selected and developed from a number of interviews with home - visiting general practitioners. Presented as a series of interconnecting chapters in 11 voices, meet the doctors as they speak to us of their delights, their fears, their failings and successes. The writing is clear and engaging, at times funny, at times poignant. The stories of doctors traversing the dark night to their patients, bag in hand, covers more than physical distance. The stories deal with a myriad of subjects that concern modern medical practitioners and, consequently, their patients. This book is intended for all doctors in training, family doctors, especially those with an interest in literature and medicine, and anyone wishing to meet the doctors as they speak to us of their delights, their fears, their failings and successes.