Susan Woldenberg Butler
The late Susan Woldenberg Butler was a freelance writer and co-founder of the Benevolent Organisation of Development, Health & Insight (BODHI). She served on the International Editorial Board of the medical humanities journal Hektoen International. She lived with her husband, Colin, in Canberra and before then in Campbell Town, Tasmania, Australia. She published two books of medical fiction: Secrets from the Black Bag (Royal College of General Practitioners Publications, December, 2005) and Black Bag Moon, Doctors' Tales from Dusk to Dawn (Radcliffe, June, 2012: http://www.radcliffe-oxford.com/books/bookdetail.aspx?ISBN=1846199700). She completed the third book in the series, Black Bag Fix but it has not yet been published. Her widower may be reached at through her website and also www.bodhius.org
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Secrets from the Black Bag
by Susan Woldenberg Butler
All over the planet - from Pakistan to Tanganyika, from Scotland to Australia - doctors carrying their little black bags enter the private worlds of patients as they struggle with the business of living and dying.
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