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Contains two novels, Querelle avec le Pr. Chadwick which is a translation of A Surgeon's Care by Lucy Clark, and Un remède miracle which is a translation of Perfect Prescription by a non-Australian author, Carol Wood.
* Contents derived from the Paris,
Western Europe,Europe,:Harlequin,1996 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'Even though the legendary Professor Sam Chadwick was renowned as a hard taskmaster, on his arrival at her hospital Dr Penny Hatfield found herself immediately attracted to him. But how could they have a relationship when Sam's mercurial temper threatened any progress they might make? When they unexpectedly found themselves on a holiday together, it was make or break...' (Source: back cover, 1996 Sydney edition)