Malcolm Dunjey is a medical doctor and ordained minister who has worked with Audrey his wife in multiple countries. He retired at age 80 and has been busy writing ever since. Born in Perth, Western Australia, he and Audrey, married for 64 years, have a total of 23 children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Malcolm is both a medical doctor and ordained pastor. They worked in Papua New Guinea, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Yemen, either for government or as medical missionaries. He has written 4 books To the City of the Great King (autobiography); 136 Questions about God… (theological); Stethoscopes Kiaps and the Law of the Jungle (PNG cannibals)and YEMEN as medical missionaries.


By Dr. Malcolm Dunjey | ISBN 9780645103168 Stethoscopes, Kiaps and the Law of the Jungle is the story of Dr. Malcolm Dunjey, a now retired doctor and pastor who, with wife Audrey and three young children, went to live for six years in Papua New Guinea in 1966. Based on the island of Daru, the district headquarters, he was the District Medical Officer, where he joined three patrols, the subjects of this book. Malcolm was the first government doctor who went with PNG patrol officers in 1966-69 into uncontrolled cannibal areas. This is the first time that complete patrol records have...

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