The Young Country Doctor Book 5: Bilbury Village

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#ad - The fifth book in the Bilbury series by Vernon Coleman.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 6: Bilbury Pie

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#ad - His medical books include Bodypower and How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You. His other books include mr henry Mulligan, Mrs Caldicot's Knickerbocker Glory, Secrets of Paris and Paris in my Springtime. The author's website is www. Vernoncoleman. Comwhat the papers say about the author and his books:vernon coleman writes brilliant books - the good book guidehe writes lucidly and wittily - Good HousekeepingA godsend - Daily TelegraphCompulsive reading - The GuardianSuperstar - Independent on SundayKing of the media docs - The IndependentProbably one of the most brilliant men alive today - Irish TimesThe patients' champion -Birmingham PostRevered guru of medicine - Nursing TimesBritain's leading medical author - The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner - The Sunetc etc.

Everything in here is, however, set in Bilbury and involves the usual village characters plus some new ones. I have just read Bilbury Pie recommended by a local library. His novel mrs caldicot's cabbage War was turned into an award winning movie starring Pauline Collins as Mrs Caldicot. His books have sold over two million copies in hardback and paperback in the UK and have been translated into 24 languages.

The Young Country Doctor Book 6: Bilbury Pie #ad - Many of his books are available on Amazon as Kindle books. For a full list of available books please visit Vernon Coleman's author page on Amazon. This book is different to the others in the series because the pieces here were originally wriiten for a newspaper column. I enjoyed it so much i read it like eating a box of chocolates - two or three chapters at a time to make it last and savour the flavour.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 4: Bilbury Country

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#ad - Dr coleman harnesses the essence of village life with a wealth of characters and strings them along on a tide of gentle humour. Western morning news`a cornupcopia of colourful characters helps to weave a rich tapestry of village life subtly tempered with the gentle humour which hallmarks this author's work.

He has written over 100 books. The books are all set in the village of Bilbury in the English county of Devon. It's the 1970s and the village is old-fashioned and, in many ways, cut off from the world. These include mrs caldicot's cabbage War which has been turned into an award winning film, Mr Henry Mulligan and Paris in My Springtime.

The Young Country Doctor Book 4: Bilbury Country #ad - His medical books include Bodypower and How to Stop Your Doctor Killing You. Vernon coleman has written columns and articles for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines and has presented hundreds of programmes on radio and television. What the papers say:vernon coleman writes brilliant books - the good book guidecompulsive reading - the guardianbritain's leading medical author - the starbritain's leading health care campaigner - The SunBrilliant - The PeopleA godsend - Daily TelegraphSuperstar - Independent on SundayKing of the media docs - IndependentRevered guru of medicine - Nursing TimesMarvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The SpectatorThe patients' champion - Birmingham PostHe writes lucidly and wittily - Good HousekeepingProbably one of the most brilliant men alive today - Irish TimesThe man is a national treasure - What doctors don't tell youetc etc.

Full of charm and humour. News & starthe bilbury books have attracted great reviews and thousands of fans around the world. Bilbury country includes the usual cast of villagers - as well as the doctor and his wife.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 7: Bilbury Pudding

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#ad - Dr coleman has written columns and articles for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines and has broadcast regularly on TV and radio. The book can be enjoyed whether or not you have read the other books in the series. All the well-loved characters are here: the doc and Patsy, Thumper Robinson, Patchy Fogg, Peter Marshall and Frank and Gilly at the Duck and Puddle public house.

Bilbury pudding, the seventh in the young country Doctor series, reminiscences, is a collection of stories, essays and anecdotes about life in the English village of Bilbury in North Devon, England. Finally, in his own inimitable style, there is a pen portrait of the Doc himself - written, by Thumper Robinson.

The Young Country Doctor Book 7: Bilbury Pudding #ad - Vernon coleman, the author of Bilbury Pudding, is a qualified doctor as well as a bestselling author. In addition to medical stories, there are the usual wonderful descriptions of the Devon countryside and, Patchy, as a bonus, Bilbury Pudding contains more than a little advice on life from Dr Brownlow, Thumper and the Doc.

He was the bbc's first agony uncle and the Breakfast TV doctor. What the papers say about vernon coleman and his books:vernon coleman writes brilliant books - the good book guidehe writes lucidly and wittily - good housekeepingcompulsive reading - The GuardianNo thinking person can ignore him - The EcologistA godsend - Daily TelegraphSuperstar -Independent on SundayKing of the media docs - The IndependentRevered guru of medicine - Nursing TimesBritain's leading medical author - The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner - The SunProbably one of the most brilliant men alive today - Irish TimesThe patients' champion - Birmingham PostDr Coleman made me think again -BBC World ServiceHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic -British Medical Journaletc etc.

He has written over 100 books which have been translated into 24 languages and sold in over 50 countries. His books have sold over two million hardback and paperback copies in the UK alone.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 3: Bilbury Revels

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#ad - There is also a village produce show where the locals compete to find out who has grown the biggest and best vegetables. The excitement really starts when the villagers join together to raise money to repair the devastated cottage. The doctor nearly loses his life and the village schoolteacher loses her cottage roof.

He has written over 100 books, including many international bestsellers, and his books, which have sold over two million copies in hardback and paperback in the UK alone have been translated into 24 languages. And, as if all that were not enough, the doctor has to promote his first book. Disaster strikes during a long, relentless storm which batters the village and blankets the whole area in a thick covering of snow.

What the papers say about vernon coleman and his books:vernon coleman writes brilliant books - the good book guideno thinking person can ignore him - the ecologista godsend - daily telegraphsuperstar -independent on SundayBrilliant - The PeopleCompulsive reading - The GuardianThe man is a national treasure - What doctors don't tell youRevered guru of medicine -Nursing TimesIt's impossible not to be impressed - Western Daily PressMarvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The SpectatorProbably one of the most brilliant men alive - Irish TimesKing of the media docs - The IndependentHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic - British Medical JournalHe writes lucidly and wittily - Good HousekeepingThe patients' champion - Birmingham PostBritain's leading medical author - The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner - The Sunetc.

The Young Country Doctor Book 3: Bilbury Revels #ad - An award winning film starring Pauline Collins was made of his novel Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War. Vernon coleman has presented hundreds of TV and radio programmes and has written columns and articles for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines. Vernon coleman describes an old fashioned music hall evening during which just about everything that can go wrong goes wrong, and one of the funniest cricket matches ever described is reported in chapters 16 and 17 People's Friend magazine warned that this chapter was likely to produce so much uncontrollable laughter that it should not be read in public.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 8: Bilbury Tonic

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#ad - The eighth book in the Bilbury series by Vernon Coleman. They don't have to be read in order of publication"I hope readers enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Vernon colemanThere are now nine books in the series. Another collection of memories from a young doctor practising in the village of Bilbury in Devon, England.

The books in this series stand alone i. E.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 2: Bilbury Grange

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#ad - Dr coleman has presented many TV and radio programmes and written columns for leading newspapers and magazines around the world. What the papers say about vernon coleman and his books:vernon coleman writes brilliant books - the good book guidecoleman is a very funny writer - this england superstar - independent on sundaya godsend - daily telegraphno thinking person can ignore him - The EcologistThe calmest voice of reason - The ObserverBrilliant - The PeopleCompulsive reading - The GuardianHis message is important - The EconomistHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic - British Medical JournalThe man is a national treasure - What doctors don't tell youRevered guru of medicine -Nursing TimesMarvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The SpectatorProbably one of the most brilliant men alive today - Irish TimesKing of the media docs - The IndependentBritain's leading medical author - The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner - The SunThe patients' champion - Birmingham PostThe doctor who dares to speak his mind - Oxford MailHe writes lucidly and wittily - Good Housekeepingetc etc.

The place is the English county of Devon. Makes you want to up roots and move to the rural heartland. Lincolnshire echo`a cornucopia of colourful characters help to weave a rich tapestry of village life subtly tempered with gentle humour. The mixture of rural beauty, human nature and the odd whisper of nostalgia combine to make this book a real delight.

The Young Country Doctor Book 2: Bilbury Grange #ad - Western gazette`The tales he tells are truly uplifting and thought provoking.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 9: Bilbury Relish

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#ad - The Young Country Doctor Book 9: Bilbury Relish #ad - Bilbury relish' is the 9th book in The Young Country Doctor series by Vernon Coleman. A stand alone book which can also be enjoyed by readers new to the series. A collection of medical and country stories about the usual Bilbury characters - set in the village of Bilbury in Devon, England.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 10: Bilbury Mixture

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#ad - Another collection of memories from the English village of Bilbury, set in the 1970s. 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.

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The Young Country Doctor Book 11: Bilbury Delights

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#ad - 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. This is the 11th book in The Young Country Doctor series by Vernon Coleman. All are lightly written, easily, entertainingly. 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.

The Young Country Doctor Book 11: Bilbury Delights #ad - 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 1: Bilbury Chronicles

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#ad - Dr coleman has written columns for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines and has presented hundreds of television and radio programmes. What the papers say about Vernon Coleman and his books:The tales he tells are truly uplifting and thought-provoking. And there is mike trickle, a TV show host, who causes great excitement when he buys a house in the village.

People's friendvernon coleman writes brilliant books - the good book guidetruthful, some hilarious; but he has the good sense to leaven the comedy with some that are sad, well observed and consistently readable - Daily TelegraphHis dry humour transforms doctor-patient encounters into hilarious anecdotes - Publishers WeeklyMost of his adventures are funny, some touching.

The Young Country Doctor Book 1: Bilbury Chronicles #ad - Be warned -don't attempt to read it in a public place. The local pub, and the village shop is run by peter who also drives the local taxi, the Duck and Puddle, is run by Frank, the inebriate landlord, delivers the mail and acts as the local undertaker. All are written lightly, easily, entertainingly. Sunday independentno thinking person can ignore him - the ecologistsuperstar - independent on sundaybrilliant - the peoplethe calmest voice of reason - The ObserverCompulsive reading - The GuardianHis message is important - The EconomistThe man is a national treasure - What doctors don't tell youHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic - British Medical JournalRevered guru of medicine - Nursing TimesMarvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The SpectatorProbably one of the most brilliant alive today - Irish TimesHe writes lucidly and wittily - Good HousekeepingBritain's leading health care campaigner - The Sun.

When he arrives in bilbury, a small village on the edge of Exmoor where central heating is a log fire in the middle of the room and where doors are never locked, the young doctor doesn't realise how much he has to learn. They are a breath of fresh air in a troubled world and are also very amusing.

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