Novels

‘Silverview’ – the latest novel by John le Carré

read A captivating spy novel to immortalize Le Carré’s literary contributions Posted on 11.29.21, 08:06 AM Image Courtesy: Viking In John le Carré’s last completed novel, he again plunges the reader into the dark and deep world of spies. With his passing last December, fans were heartbroken for losing a …

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Comedian John Wing says first novel has Sarnia connection

John Wing is best known for his acting career, which dates back decades, but he is also a poet and now a novelist. Wing joined CBC Radio Windsor morning to talk about her recently released first novel, A car to die for. The book is set in 1975. The main …

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Noah Gordon, 95, dies; American novelist with audiences abroad

Noah Gordon, an American author who was virtually unknown at home but whose novels on Jewish history, medicine and identity turned him into a literary luminary abroad, died Monday at his home in Dedham, Mass. He was 95 years old. His death was confirmed by his wife, Lorraine Gordon. Mr. …

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Study Proves Safety and Effectiveness of New Radionuclide Therapy for Neuroendocrine Neoplasms

A new type of peptide receptor radionuclide therapy (PRRT) has been shown to control disease in 85 percent of patients with metastatic neuroendocrine neoplasms, achieving complete remission in some patients. The first human study used 177Lu-DOTA-LM3 therapy, which was administered without serious side effects and was well tolerated by the …

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Elex Media licenses debut novel The Promised Neverland – News

1st Norman-centric novel debuted in 2018 Indonesian publisher Elex Media Komputindo’s official Twitter account announced last week that it had granted a license Yakusoku no Neverland: Norman kara no Tegami (The Promised Neverland: A Letter from Norman), the first novel based on Kaiu Shirai and Posuka demizu‘s The promised imaginary …

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Add surprise to your reading life

Recently I was trying to rearrange my books – well, that’s a lie, I was trying to ORGANIZE my books, which had never been organized – and found a copy of “Washington Square”, by Henry James. It’s a very small novel, “a slip of the tongue”, and was originally serialized, …

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How to write about Christianity informed a new novel

He avoided doubt for decades. Young, he was religious to avoid confronting his sexuality; older, he had Marxism, but also rejected it because of its tragic consequences. So he laughs and says it would be ridiculous for him to talk about a surety position because he was wrong for so …

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Dr Patel discusses new targets in the NSCLC

Sandip P. Patel, MD, discusses novel targets in non-small cell lung cancer. Sandip P. Patel, MD, Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Co-lead, Experimental Therapeutics, Assistant Director, San Diego Center for Precision Immunotherapy, Director, Clinical Trials Office, UCSD Moores Cancer Center, UCSD Health Science, discusses new targets in …

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Deon Meyer’s Benny Griessel novels to be adapted for cinema

Deon Meyer. Photo: Nardus Engelbrecht / Gallo Images Deon Meyer’s Benny Griessel novels are being adapted for the cinema. The award-winning author has just published the latest novel in the book series titled, The Dark Flood. The books center on Benny Griessel, a Detective Inspector from Cape Town who investigates …

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Books, graphic novels for college students

In the footsteps of the Mary sue A gift guide to books for children under 10, this list focuses on this delicate age between around 9 and 13 years old. Some call them pre-teens, others call them college kids. recently released for this audience. Because we are TMS, we sure …

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