Frank G Slaughter Four Complete Novels Author:Frank G. Slaughter Doctors' Wives -- How does a doctor's wife entertain herself while her husband is working? Della played golf and turned to other women. Amy toyed with politics and drugs. Maggie turned to alcohol. Lorrie passed the time with other women's husbands. Wed to highly successful physicians, these women were bored, neglecte... more »d, frustrated. This is their shocking story, a frightening look at the symptoms known as the Doctors' Wives syndrome.
Surgeon's Choice -- The doctor involved had to make a decision and only God knows if he did the right thing or not.
Women in White -- The unequaled behind-the-scenes insight, which has become Dr Frank Slaughter's trademark, makes all the more shattering the life-and-death drama of the men and women for whom there was no life beyond the world of Biscayne University Medical Center -- dedicated professionals caught up in a kaleidoscope of crippling disease, community distrust, and the fluctuating chart of their own ambitions and ardent dreams.
Sword and Scalpel -- The charge was TREASON! Tomorrow, Captain Paul Scott, surgeon, recently released from a Chinese prisoner-of-war camp, would face a court-martial. Why would a surgeon with a brilliant records and a brilliant future prefer capture by the North Koreans to a dash for liberty with his own outfit? Why did he refuse to obey his commander? Why did he collaborate with the enemy? Why did he sign a confession stating that he had helped load bombs with bacteria? Why? Witnesses against him would be men for his own outfit? Witnesses who might have testified for him were all dead, except the girl he wanted to marry. Captain Scott wouldn’t let her testify. There had to be more behind the story than the given facts. There was.« less