front cover smallGood News!! Just had two reviews on A Kangaroo Court. One from a professional reviewer on GoodReads and a personal letter from a reader.:
Masquerade Crew’s review
Mar 23, 13

4 of 5 stars
bookshelves: non-fiction


This is an inside story of one man’s unfortunate experience at the hands of the (British) General Medical Council. it was the misfortune of Mr Shankar Kashyap, eminent consultant surgeon, to become the victim of the GMC’s own disciplinary processes.

With extensive use of the transcripts of the various hearings Mr Kashyap takes us from the point where life is good for him and his family. He has become an acknowledged expert in his particular specialism of hip replacements. He works hard and productively, bringing new efficiencies to his hospital and is in demand worldwide for lectures and demonstrations. His family are happy and settled.

The initial notice of complaint against him…

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