“I speak the truth, not so much as I would, but as much as I dare;
and I dare a little more as I grow older.”
-Michael de Montaigne
Evolution of the Lab
“Chance favors only the prepared mind.”
– Louis Pasteur
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A quote from “Roots and Branches”
Give without remembering, Take without forgetting. From Roots & Branches
“Roots and Branches” receives Honorable Mention at 2021 Hollywood Book Festival
Roots and Branches has received an honorable mention at the 2021 Hollywood Book Festival View the list here:...
The Life Giving Nile & Upper Egyptian Villages
Upper Egypt or the Sa'id lies in the Southern part of the country. The town of Assuit and the village of Beni Harem cling...
Another character in Roots and Branches and Making the Cut: My Mother
Sins & Glory
Characters in “Roots & Branches” and "Making the Cut" Like in fairy tales, Abdel Aziz’s stepmother was a sinful woman....
Two eminently readable books about physicians and their lifetime service to patients.
Do No Harm (Henry Marsh, Picador 2014) Fragile Lives (Professor Stephen Westaby, HarperCollins 2017)
Morenga-A novel that ingeniously mixes fact and fiction, relevant to this day.
Morenga (Uwe Timm, New Direction Books, 1978) is set in German West South Africa in the first decade of the twentieth...
The Art of Death
“How can we write plausibly from the point of view of the dying, when we have not died ourselves, and have no one...
In an Antique Land & The Imam and the Indian
Two early books by a most intriguing and lyrical author, Amitav Ghosh: In an Antique Land (Penguin, 2009) is a spellbinding...
Night Train to Lisbon
Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier (Grove Press, 2004) I first read this page-turning thriller several years...