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Anne: I thought to put that book on my list as well. I kept thinking, how amazing that this author can command such vast amounts of skill -- a doctor; head of a department at Stanford; a historian and novelist. So interesting how each of these disciplines finds its way into this novel. I really enjoyed it as well. Thanks for bringing that one up (and it isn't a British turn-of-the-century classic!)

Anne Green Gilbert recommends "Cutting for Stone" by Abraham Verghese. An epic story that spans two continents by an author born in Ethiopia of Indian parents who is now an American doctor. The author's life experiences inform his characters' story.

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