Tag Archives: Historical novel

Oxygen By Carol Cassella – Stephen Gallup Reviews

An interesting WSJ article by a surgeon (on how doctors are haunted by ghosts of procedures that didn’t go well) reminded me that I had not yet written a review of this excellent novel. First of all, because of my … Continue reading

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aWriter’sWords: Batya Casper Author Of Israela

Why did you write this book? The huge discrepancy that exists between the reality of Israel, of Israel and Israelis as living, breathing human beings, beings who experience love, passions, hope and sorrow; and the black and white, objectified reporting … Continue reading

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