qIf Moser had not lived the life he sets down in this memoir, he would have had a hard time inventing it. As fiction, it would seem too picaresque, too filled with wonderful adventure, harrowing moments, travel, romance, eccentric, intellectual challenges, and all the rewards and hardships of an extraordinary life in medicine. But Moser has lived it and his art as a writer keeps pace with his animated life as a doctor. The result is a book that takes a reader into the heart of medicine, and into the heart of this fascinating man This is a lofty book, by a man who has dared to climb to the heights of life, and now writes of what there is to see.q Paul Trachtman Former Science Editor Smithsonian MagazineAs I indicated earlier, we had already acquired a new Ford F-250 truck (primarily for plowing the driveway), but we had it outfitted with a fifth-wheel attachment and a rear axle, heavyweight ahaul package.a We have always wanted to cruise theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert Harlan Moser|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002|