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Book Review of QB VII

QB VII
QB VII
Author: Leon Uris, Jill Uris
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1


I liked the mystery whether Dr. Kelno, an eminent surgeon living in England post WWII, did or did not do experiments on concentration camp victims. To some he was a humanist, trying to save lives in the camps, to others, he was a monster performing experiments on camp inmates. Along comes Alexander Cady, a writer who has a paragraph in his new book about Dr. Kelno's experiments. The doctor decides to sue Cady and his publisher for damages to his reputation. The book gives some interesting insights into England's judicial system. I enjoyed the book except for some of the last third where Cady leaves his wild side behind and becomes a crusader. It is then that Cady's dialogue becomes preachy and stilted. Too big of a shift and also annoying. Otherwise, a fine book.


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