Frank Gill Slaughter (February 25, 1908 – May 17, 2001), pen-name Frank G. Slaughter, pseudonym . Terry, was an American novelist and physician whose books sold more than 60 million copies.
Frank Gill Slaughter (February 25, 1908 – May 17, 2001), pen-name Frank G. His novels drew on his own experience as a doctor and his interest in history and the Bible.
Frank Gill Slaughter, pen-name Frank G. Books by Slaughter include The Purple Quest, Surgeon, . Epidemic!, Tomorrow's Miracle and The Scarlet Cord. Slaughter died May 17, 2001 in Jacksonville, Florida. Books by Frank G. Slaughter. Mor. rivia About Epidemic!
Death can be a friend at eighty, a companion for one’s last long journey. Frank G. Slaughter, Epidemic!
There can never be peace in the jungle, not when it’s man-made. With a cynic’s shrug, with a stubborn inner hope that both evils would vanish in the marrow. Death can be a friend at eighty, a companion for one’s last long journey.
Epidemic! by. Slaughter, Frank G. (Frank Gill), 1908-2001.
Epidemic! Frank Gill Slaughter. The medical background of Frank Slaughter is evident in much of his work; he received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1930. He uses medical terminology to give his books authenticity. Результаты поиска по книге. Результаты 1 – 3 из 38. Стр. 125 Or that his whole being had been concentrated on tracing the course of a lethal bullet. Slaughter began writing as a hobby--first short stories and then novels--and he has also written nonfiction. A fascination with biblical stories led him to write The Road to Bithynina (1951), a book about St. Luke, who was also a physician.
Frank Gill Slaughter was born in Washington DC, and was moved with his family to a farm near Oxford, North Carolina.
25 February 1908 - 17 May 2001. Frank Gill Slaughter was born in Washington DC, and was moved with his family to a farm near Oxford, North Carolina. In 1925 he received a degree from Trinity College and went on to study medicine at Johns Hopkins University. In 1935, while working as a physician in Jacksonville FL, he began writing fiction. In 1941 his first novel, That None Should Die, was published
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Slaughter does an excellent job of communicating through fiction the medical realities of his day, though many of the processes and technologies described in the book have changed over the decades.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The narrative reflects an older style as well, with more emphasis on describing events and surroundings than on drawing the reader into the scene.
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By weaving together fictitious characters with historical figures such as Luke, the author of the Gospel of Luke, and Paul, the author of many books in the Bible, bestselling author Frank G. Slaughter gives us a birds-eye view of life for early Christians. The Galileans: A Novel of Mary Magdalene. The Galileans is above all the magnificent story of the wonder and glory of those who knew Jesus of Nazareth-and of the woman, Mary Magdalene, who rose above the passions and storms of her worldly career to witness the supreme.