Michael Duggan, who writes under the pen name of Michael Taylor, started work as a secondary school teacher in Shepherd’s Bush, London, which was in a very tough boys’ school. After 8 years of teaching, he applied to study medicine and went to UCL on a 5-year course. Being a graduate after two years and passing the 2nd MB exam, he was eligible to join the clinical course at Cambridge, which was 18 months (half that of UCH), he applied and was accepted and so, he went.
Having qualified, Michael commenced working in obstetrics and gynaecology and then switched to being a GP for 31 years. During this time, he became the county chief forensic medical examiner, was approved under the Mental Health Act, as well as serving as a JP for three years.
The Watcher, the Mechanic and the Doctor's Wife
In a perilous era, only the most skilled are summoned to safeguard our way of life.Amidst the allure of sex and drugs, the deceit of crooks, and the intricate dance between the police and doctors, this tale offers a deep dive into the world of clinical medicine. It spotlights a unique cadre of pract...