Mid-19th century: The Civil War is raging, as is racial tension. Abby is the young, recently widowed wife of a Northern Civil War surgeon, who encounters many wealthy and unscrupulous men as she mourns the death of her husband.
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Without warning, a small group of political radicals in Rome detonates a homemade bomb in an area crowded with upscale shoppers—and the lives of many innocents are suddenly changed forever.
We are no longer in the age of the M. Deity, when a physician never explained much to the patient and the obedient patient never asked the questions or received explanations about their disease.
Jocelyn Forrester was an attractive child. Her mother was the only daughter of a Greek shipping magnate, and her father was the president and founder of Forrester Industries, which is a multinational corporation that had expanded into one of the nation’s largest import and export firms.
And we are jarred, unnerved by his recollections: an hour-by-hour history of one day among many in the experiences of a slave laborer, bringing clearly into focus a vivid picture of the horrors to which the young man and his fellow prisoners were subjected.
A historical approach to Pearl Harbor and an inside view of the Roosevelt White House set the stage for a series of events in this gripping novel, Floating World.
Few Loose Screws follows the farcical adventures of a toilet company heir, Ogden Wellborn IV, whose birthright is one of great wealth and position, though his capacities for taking advantage of that good fortune don’t happen to include intellectual prowess or good sense.
His more than twenty manuscripts include two published nonfiction works, Comprehensive Breast Care and Surviving Breast Cancer and Understanding Surgery, both texts written for the layman. These are easy reading with Dr. Berman’s own humorous poetical touches.