by Terrence E. Holt
Hardcover, 223 pages, W W Norton & Co Inc, List Price: $23.95 |
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Collects a novella and seven stories in a genre-spanning anthology that includes tales of a New England town ravaged by a humanity-threatening plague and an Egyptologist's obsessive quest for a tomb and the secrets to immortality.
November 17, 2009 The history of literature is filled with authors who also performed surgery or scribbled prescriptions. Lynn Neary speaks with two doctors who are also fiction writers — Abraham Verghese and Terrence Holt — about the link between medicine and writing literature.
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