Rights offering detail :
Hippocrates' Assassin
Apr. 12, 2021
Author:
Steven H. Miles MD
Category:
Fiction: General/Other
Description:
A historical novel (hearing in 2006 about 1994 torture) about how a junior woman attorney and a 2nd generation African torture survivor manage a hearing against a torture doctor. It explores the reasons for torture doctors, their work, impunity, and various kinds of human rights advocacy. Three closing stories tell of the transformation of the two women and of the doctor. Vivid setting in Senegal. Emphasis on the story--not a procedural. Map. 73,000 words.
Rights available:
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Other Information:
I have published nonfiction with Random House, Oxford, Georgetown, and University of California. I am an international authority with two decades of work on doctors who torture for their governments. Not interested in self publishing.
Contact:
Steven Miles
Professor Emeritus, Univ of Minnesota
miles001@umn.edu
phone: (612) 340-9777
1517 East River Parkway, Minneapolis, MN 55414
Offering #:
17742
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