QB VII Author:Leon Uris Queen's Bench Courtroom Number Seven - a seething legal battleground for a contest between a famous novelist and a doctor who claims he has been libeled... Author ABRAHAM CADY first become aware of Jadwiga Conectration Camp when he learned that it was the place where his family was exterminated. This terrible revelation gave impetus to his decis... more »ion to write a great book that would shake the consciousness of the human race. And with the publication of The Holocaust his goal was accomplished.
Eminent surgeon SIR ADAM DELNO - knighted by the Crown for his contributions to medicine - has been mentioned in The Holocaust as one of Jadwiga's most sadistic inmate/doctors, working directly under an SS Colonel. Kelno denies this - and plans to stand and fight to prove once and for all that Cady is a liar.
Is there truth to Abraham Cady's allegations? Was Adam Kelno a madman at Jadwiga - capable of performing atrocities? Or was Adam Kelno simply an ordinary man caught in an insane situation?
From earliest memory, Leon Uris wanted to be a writer. In 1950, Esquire magazine bought an article from him - and it encouraged him to begin work on a novel. The result was his acclaimed bestseller Battle Cry. In 1956, after publication of his second novel The Angry Hills, Mr Uris left for Israel to begin work on his monumental success, Exodus. Mila 18, Armageddon and Topaz, all sensational non-fiction works. Now there is QB VII, the greatest of all.« less