** Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder (2004)

I love Kidder’s writing–he always makes non-fiction read like fiction.  This is a story about Paul Farmer, an infectious disease specialist working in Haiti.  His passion and his commitment to medicine and the poor is overwhelming.  At times, I question his philosophy, but he is a most admirable person and this is a fascinating true story. (non-fiction)

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