In Queen's Bench Courtroom Number Seven, famous author Abraham Cady stands trial. In his book The Holocaust—born of the terrible revelation that the Jadwiga Concentration camp was the site of his family's extermination—Cady shook the consciousness of the human race. He also named eminent surgeon Sir Adam Kelno as one of Jadwiga's most sadistic doctors. Kelno has denied this and brought furious charges. Now unfolds Leon Uris's riveting courtroom drama—one of the great fictional trials of the century.
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"You open the book and start reading. Quicker than you can say Uris you are caught up at once in the unfolding conflict . . . . It's a professional job all the way . . . . Dramatic, impassioned."--The New York Times Book Review.
"A fine suspense story, an excellent courtroom story, written with genuine passion. You won't put it down once you've picked it up. It is the author of Exodus at his best."--NewsweekAbout the Author:
Leon Uris (1924–2003) was an author of fiction, nonfiction, and screenplays whose works include numerous bestselling novels. His epic Exodus (1958) has been translated into over fifty languages. Uris’s work is notable for its focus on dramatic moments in contemporary history, including World War II and its aftermath, the birth of modern Israel, and the Cold War. Through the massive success of his novels and his skill as a storyteller, Uris has had enormous influence on popular understanding of twentieth-century history.
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Descripción Bantam Books, 1982. Mass Market Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 553226967
Descripción Bantam Books, 1982. Mass Market Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0553226967