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Critical Essay by Margaret Wallace ["That None Should Die"] is an unusual novel about medicine in the United States. It is a story no layman could have told—that no layman, for th... Read more
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Critical Essay by Edmund Fuller Luke, "the beloved physician," the New Testament lyricist, author of the lovely Gospel which bears his name, and of The Acts of the Apostles, is the centr... Read more
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Critical Essay by Richard Match From "In a Dark Garden" to "The Road to Bithynia," Dr. Slaughter has projected many best-selling historical novels against the background of... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charles Lee [In "The Galileans," Dr. Slaughter] brings his best-selling talents to the task of imagining the life of Mary Magdalene. The results are melodramatic and in... Read more
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Critical Essay by Richard Match "Florida has played a strange part in this war," observes a character in ["Storm Haven"]. "Her ports were occupied, or blockaded, alm... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charles Lee Dr. Slaughter has the tale-spinner's knack in three productive fields: stories drawn from the reservoir of the American past (mostly south of the Mason-Dixon line)... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charles Lee ["The Scarlet Cord"] is the best biblical novel that Frank G. Slaughter has written to date. Based on the Book of Joshua, it abounds in action, adventure, r... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charles Lee That busy shuttler between biblical and medical novels, Frank Slaughter, dons his operating suit again for "Daybreak." On the surface this is the crisis-rid... Read more
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Critical Essay by Chad Walsh In "The Crown and the Cross," Frank G. Slaughter … has written yet another fictionized life of Christ. Inevitably one asks, Why another? Does the auth... Read more
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Critical Essay by Edward Wagenknecht Frank G. Slaughter's "The Land and the Promise" comprises paraphrases of both Old and New Testament stories for adult readers, recognizing fra... Read more
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Critical Essay by Rex Lardner Days after some puzzling human deaths at sea, rats scurry down the gangway of an ancient tramp steamer as it docks in Manhattan. The captain, victim of a disease contract... Read more
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Critical Essay by New York Herald Tribune Books "That None Should Die" is a novel about doctors and hospitals, ethics and operations and how men meet the testing of their integrity in an... Read more
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Critical Essay by Newsweek It is far too early in the new year to be picking the worst novel of 1961, yet ["Epidemic!", a] loco melodrama about Communists exploiting the bubonic plague i... Read more
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Critical Essay by Mary Dolan Most of us know, or think we know, the political conditions in Palestine in Peter's time. They have been described to us often enogh; but here they stalk us. Here, ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Choice [God's Warrior, a] biographical novel of Paul the Apostle, is the work of a well-known author … who is also an impressively informed Biblical scholar. Slaughter&... Read more
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Critical Essay by Martin Levin Well, here's another crisis to worry about: a corrupt space program [in "Countdown"]. "Spaceport City," Floridian home base of the Peg... Read more
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Critical Essay by Susannah Clapp Novels featuring real historical characters often fall into a fly-on-the-wall category in which a character innocent of actual existence is sent to saunter among the g... Read more
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Critical Essay by Martin Levin A strain of killer microbes 5,000 years old? Well, why not? Before you can think too hard about this question, Dr. Frank G. Slaughter has you aboard the hospital ship Me... Read more
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Critical Essay by Christine B. Vogel There's some good news and some bad news about Doctors at Risk. The good news is that Frank Slaughter thoroughly examines the disturbing subject of "... Read more
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Critical Essay by Margaret Wallace ["Air Surgeon"] is hardly a book to give to a friend in the hospital. Dr. Frank G. Slaughter is not only one of the best of the medical novelists now a... Read more
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Critical Essay by Margaret Wallace Dr. Frank Slaughter is now Major Slaughter of the Army Medical Corps, and the wonder is that he finds time to write novels at all. So it is probably ungrateful to wi... Read more
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Critical Essay by Mary Mcgrory ["In a Dark Garden"] turns back into nineteenth-century history, to deal with a young Confederate field surgeon: an elaborately romantic tale, it details a... Read more
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Critical Essay by New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review To be properly prepared, the reader should come to a Frank G. Slaughter book with clean hands—not merely washed but scrubbed in an a... Read more
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Critical Essay by Lisle Bell ["The Golden Isle"] is a skilled and effective ligature of these dramatic elements, a mingling of valor, virtue and villainy that should more than satisfy th... Read more
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Critical Essay by Richard Match The million or so people who read "In a Dark Garden" four years ago will be glad to know that Dr. Julian Chisholm (surgeon, Confederate States Army) got h... Read more
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Critical Essay by Richard Match To use the Hollywood verb, a swamp steals [the story of "Fort Everglades"]. If you've ever driven the length of south Florida's Tamiami Trai... Read more