You will love Harbour City. Most visitors to the island drive right through, without taking time to explore its attractions. But you’re not most visitors. You will get to spend some time.
Go head. Turn on your radio. That’s BC Bud, 101.3 FM on your Home and Native Band. He will announce your special arrival.
And if you catch something more than a salmon, you could be referred to Doctor Sababa, an Internal Medicine consultant at Harbour City Regional, the Sage of the Salish Sea. He would amuse you with his wit and wisdom, and the spontaneous combustion and thrust they generate, often mixed in unequal proportions, as he dances with the devil in the pale moonlight. Before there was artificial intelligence, he was the real thing, working in the mysterious old ways of a masterless samurai. In the myriad motions of all celestial objects, he was a meteor.
With proper care, you might even survive your encounter. Welcome to the spring and summer of his Casebook. Welcome to Sababaland.
Targeted Age Group:: 19+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I spent 30 years as a medical specialist.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Inspired by my colleagues and patients.
As with most other planetary forms of corruption, progress moved faster inside the Death Star in the presence and with the provision of extra anomalous forms of payment. The hush money units of negotiable currency in the Harbour City Regional Hospital ICU came in two principal denominations—Purdy’s chocolates and Mambo’s pizza. It was the latter of this comestible capital that found its way onto Doctor Sababa’s credit card late that night, when Virginia, one of the night staff, found its upper limit in the Good Doctor’s wallet. It’s not that Sababa hadn’t offered to buy midnight pizzas for his Angels of Mercy. He had. But Virginia’s tenacious grip on the card had shown none, and her lavish order had required delivery by two drivers, much to the astonishment of the assembled intended beneficiaries and, a few weeks later, when the VISA bill arrived, of Jane Sababa.
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