Ouch! A History of Arrow Wound Treatment

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Brother Kevfael
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Ouch! A History of Arrow Wound Treatment

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As promised in an earlier posting I’ve finished the book “Ouch! A History of Arrow Wound Treatment from Prehistory to the Nineteenth Century” and it’s now available on Amazon for £9.99 (excluding P and P):

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listin ... dition=new

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Cracking, I hope you do well.
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To those kind enough to be purchasing my book, when on Amazon, go through the Bows, Blades and Battles Press seller,(which is me, as I am not supplying it to Amazon to stock).

All the best.

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Thanks for that, I could have missed it.
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I invited the author to speak to my students and was so impressed that I decided to to buy his book.
The amount of information it contained was amazing and it was very accessible for a layman like myself. One criticism is that it needed a stricter proof reader, but that is a minor niggle. I came away from this book with a greater appreciation of the surgeons of the past.

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