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What's Left: Reports on A Diminishing America
Boston, Little Brown, (1968). A collection of essays by the New Yorker writer, most on the theme of wildlife conservation. Inscribed by the author. Roueche was perhaps better known as a medical writer: his book The Medical Detectives was one of the inspirations for the television series House and he won several awards for his writings in that field. Near fine in a very good, rubbed and price-clipped dust jacket. [#036202] $275

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