Joel Berman – He has a wide scope of interests including: classical music, literature, theatre, book collecting, studying Greek, Latin and most recently Chinese, and Grapho-analysis (the study of handwriting).

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.

Destiny Obscure

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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. Her adopted son, Michael, falls in love with a former slave, Manda. They want to escape to a place where the social climate is different, away from prying eyes that judge and condemn. Michael and Manda travel by railroad from New York to California, where Manda would be recognized as Michael’s common-law wife. They hope to begin a new life and start a vineyard. But fate deals them a different hand when Manda is abducted, first by Mormons, then soldiers, and later by a Chinese group in San Francisco involved in enslaving young women and sending them as concubines to Asia. Abby, Michael, and an older former slave, Betty, band together to bring Manda back. Each will have to make a sacrifice and each will be forever changed by a series of events that takes them places they never expected. Joel Berman writes a thrilling saga set against the backdrop of historical events: the atrocities of the Civil War, medicine in the mid-19th century, emancipation, the suffrage movement, the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, the conversion from sailing ships to steam ships, and the influx of the opium trade into the United States. Berman is a writer and surgeon who has written over 20 books. He is currently writing historical fiction and lives in California.

Destiny Obscure:

Civil war medicine, 14th amendment, slavery,mixed marriage, women’s rights movement, transcontinental railroad,  opium trade, murder, Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Notes on Nursing,  Morman kidnappings, Wild west 1870′s, Underground Railroad, Escaped Slaves, Slavery in the South, Industrial Revolution, Syracuse- New York, Civil War Love Story.

Civil War Novel – Civil War Book – Best Civil War Novel-Civil War Romantic Novel – Civil War Romantic Book -American Civil War Novel – American Civil War Book by Author Joel Berman

Circle In The Water

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Circle in the Water
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.

Among them is Angela Bernard, a radiantly beautiful American University professor on her honeymoon, who is hit full-force by the blast and her face is torn apart. Jean-Pierre, her wealthy husband, who had been enchanted by her beauty and raw erotic nature, is now tragically confronted by terrible questions about loyalty to a wife whose mind and body are shattered. Further, and unknown to either of them, is the fact that Angela is pregnant, though she will ultimately discover that the child’s father is not Jean-Pierre. Thus begun, this story of crisis and challenge unfolds on an international stage, revealing how strangers brought together by tragedy confront and struggle with passion, guilt, ambition, responsibility, and redemption.

Circle in the Water is an exciting, fast-moving tale that follows the intertwined lives of six people who were profoundly affected by the bomb explosion—including two young lovers who come together years later as the book draws toward its remarkable and surprising finale.

Love story, terrorist bomb, sex, beautiful woman, handsome man, lovers, beautiful people, passion, guilt, responsibility, crisis, fast-moving tale, beauty, raw passion, loyalty, marriage, international novel

Breast Cancer

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Comprehensive Breast Care and Surviving Breast Cancer

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. The physician of today has a responsibility not only to work “on” the patient but to work with the patient and her family, taking the mystique and fear out of the surgical experience. This text, along with Understanding Surgery, has brought me into a closer relationship with my patients and their families.

Surving Breast Cancer Book includes the following topics:

Breast Cancer – Breast Lumps – Staging Breast Cancer – Lymph Nodes – Sentinel Node – Breast Biopsy – Breast Reconstruction – Mastectomy – Lumpectomy – Partial Mastectomy – Radical Mastectomy – Breast Support Groups – Breast Pathology – Oncoplastic Breast Surgery – Mammogram – MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Breast cysts – Benign Breast Disease – Metastasis – Chemotherapy – Radiation Therapy – Second Opinion – Normal Breast – Breast Implants – Breast Centers – Breast Surgeons – Nipple – Lumps in the Breast – Nipple Discharge – Bleeding Breasts – Breast in Pregnancy – Alternative Medicine – Complementary Medicine – History of Breast Cancer – Poems about Breast Disease.

A Greek Tragedy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Greek Tragedy

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.

Young as fifteen, she attended Columbia University for her advanced studies and took up art history. There, she met Lawrence Konigsberg, an assistant professor in the University. He had been eyeing her with impure thoughts and desires ever since he saw her. One night, during a party, he got his way; he took advantage of the drunken Jocelyn and impregnated her with a son.

Not wanting to destroy her family’s reputation, she sent her child to an adopting agency right after birth and never heard of him again…or so she thought.

A little after fifteen years, in one of her father’s charity gatherings, she met Edward Morrow, a charming man who became very attracted to her although he was years younger than her. Soon enough, they married and conceived a child.

As the years passed, Edward became curious of his family roots and found out that he was merely adopted; and his real mother was a young Grecian lady.

Could Edward possibly be Jocelyn’s son?

If so, will they be able to go on with their lives with this unthinkable truth?

Murder Psychological Drama Novel – Psychological Drama – Murder Novel – Psychological Drama Novel – Murder Novel by Author Joel Berman

Slave Labor

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    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. It is reminiscent of similar circumstances that have been so well documented in countless books and films about the Holocaust, including such seminal works as Night by Elie Weisel, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, and The Diary of Anne Frank. However, the awful fate that befell many non-Jewish citizens of occupied Europe as a result of Nazi brutality has often been overlooked in accounts of that long and terrible war.

    But unlike so many WW2 stories of those who suffered in that conflict, this one leads to a renewal of life, with Adrian describing the last days of his imprisonment, liberation by the Allies, return to freedom in Holland, and later his emigration to the United States.

    Slave Labor unflinchingly discloses the indignity and the savagery imposed by one group of people on another, but in the end it is shown to be that most hopeful of all tales, for it has become—as its subtitle declares—a Meditation on Humanity.

    Slave Labor

    Holocaust – Slave Labor-non-jews – Surviving Slave Labor – Forced Labor by Nazis – Germany World War II – WW2 Prison camp – Slave Labor atrocities – Diary of Anne Frank – One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Night – Surviving slavery – Nazi atrocities – Meditation –  meditation on humanity – WW2 Nazi Brutality – Dutch in WW II – Slave Labor Holland – Betrayal by neighbors – Forced Labor – True Story WWII – Occupation of Holland WWII (WW2) – History WWII – History hour by hour WWII.

Floating World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WWII (WW2) Historical Novel –  WW2 White House instigates attack on Pearl Harbor.

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.

Maurice Volst is the son of a German-Japanese woman and a German industrialist. Because of his slight Japanese appearance, he is shunned by his peers in Nazi youth. Enamored of his Japanese heritage, more than that of his Nazi father, he escapes to Switzerland in the outbreak of World War II and ends up in the United States as a translator and code breaker.

A second theme involves Maurice’s great-grandfather, Mikio Hamanaka, who immigrates to America in the late eighteen hundreds and starts a vineyard in California.

The horrors of war, the internment of these Nisei at Manzanar, deceit, and treachery lead to an explosive conclusion involving these two related families.

 

 

 

 

 

Floating World:

World War II, Roosevelt and Churchill – Manzanar – Japanese Internment – Japanese naval code – Pearl Harbor Attack – Floating world – Ukiyo-e – Nisei – Prejudice – Nazi Germany – Aryan race – Hitler Youth – Knox – Frank – Danzig – Berlin – Washington – Hitler – Code-breaking – WW2 History Novel – Best WWII (WW2) Book Historically-based.

A Few Loose Screws

Few Loose Screws          Joel Berman

 

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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 tragicomic bumblings include getting an M.D. degree by scheming his way through medical school; using family connections to enter a neurosurgery program for which he is remarkably unqualified; marrying well—-or at least satisfyingly—-to twenty-year-old stripper Bubbles McFarland; and, after the spectacular collapse of his neurosurgery ambitions, deciding to cap his career by finally doing something he thinks will be easy. So he becomes a Registered Nurse—-and quickly learns how wrong he was about “easy,” since soon he is stumbling over his own feet again. This madcap tale—-authentic in its details of the medical field because the author is a successful surgeon—-moves swiftly from one hilarious event to the next, exploring the life of an eternally optimistic simpleton who can’t win for losing or build things up without wrecking them first, but who eventually finds peace of mind and a place for himself—-far away from the complexities of the modern world.

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Few Loose Screws          Joel Berman

 

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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 tragicomic bumblings include getting an M.D. degree by scheming his way through medical school; using family connections to enter a neurosurgery program for which he is remarkably unqualified; marrying well—-or at least satisfyingly—-to twenty-year-old stripper Bubbles McFarland; and, after the spectacular collapse of his neurosurgery ambitions, deciding to cap his career by finally doing something he thinks will be easy. So he becomes a Registered Nurse—-and quickly learns how wrong he was about “easy,” since soon he is stumbling over his own feet again. This madcap tale—-authentic in its details of the medical field because the author is a successful surgeon—-moves swiftly from one hilarious event to the next, exploring the life of an eternally optimistic simpleton who can’t win for losing or build things up without wrecking them first, but who eventually finds peace of mind and a place for himself—-far away from the complexities of the modern world.

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Joel Berman Writer – Author

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. His fictional works vary from the most recent novel, Scalpel, about a surgeon killing malpractice attorneys, Circle in the Water, about the tragedy of those involved when a woman is terribly disfigured by a terrorist’s bombs, to The Girl With Emerald Eyes, a murder mystery involving stolen manuscripts, spanning a thousand years, taking place in Hastings, England from the time of William the Conqueror to the present day. His 900 page mystery saga, The Cloak of Hippocrates, to be published in early 2007, traces the growth of a young doctor in the nineteenth century, weaving a picture