SeaSickness is about a young doctor's innocent journey leading to romance on a P&O liner in the early seventies. The novel is told from the perspective of a now old and ill doctor with a life time of experience behind him. It is very funny and very sad, and helps the reader to understand the realities of medicine. Peter is an internationally recognised medical author with books published in several languages.
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