Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins
Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins
Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins
Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins
Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins
Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins

Soliloquy in the Simpson by Wal Watkins

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Soliloquy in the Simpson

by Wal Watkins

Robert Hale, 1965 [First Edition], hardcover, dust-jacket

Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear , ex-library with stamps/stickers to front end-papers, dust-jacket in fair condition with tears, chips, creasing and bottom part of spine missing (see photographs)

"Karl Kruger had been qualified as a doctor in Germany, but since his arrival in Australia he hadn't been registered.  If, therefore, he operated on Riggs and Riggs died, he could find himself on a charge of manslaughter.  But Riggs would die if he wasn't operated on, so, stranded as they were way out in the Simpson Desert, there was only one answer."