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Tales for Gail By Reynold Spector
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At that time, 1966-1968, we were stressed. We required the outrageous and hyperbolic. So in a rare interlude, I wrote a tale – later to be enjoyed at a “reading” – a few... More > stolen moments of laughter and joy. Recently, I reread these tales. I still laughed. Through the eyes of maturity, I have polished and refined them. These are varied stories of unrest and outrage, written mainly for medical people - doctors, nurses and associated personnel. But others may find these unsettling tales to their taste, occasionally biting and tart, often droll, but never bitter. Open the book and see for yourself.< Less
She Smiled on Constantinople By Reynold Spector
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In 717 AD, Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium), appeared doomed. In the preceding eighty years, Muslim Arabs had captured much of North Africa and the Middle East, and... More > were poised to take Constantinople. To save Byzantium, the senate asked a Roman General, Leo III, to become Emperor. Leo and his brilliant son Constantine V radically altered the Byzantine imperial system militarily and culturally. Leo developed a novel idea – that God was angry with the Byzantine Christians because they worshiped Christian icons, relics, and pagan idols, thus ignoring the Second Commandment. God would favor the Byzantines only if they destroyed their icons and purified Christianity. Leo’s policy set in motion a century-long conflict between the iconoclast (icon breaker) emperors and the iconophiles (icon lovers). This religious struggle culminated in a final battle to define Byzantine Christianity and the control of the Empire. This novel recounts who won, why and how.< Less
She Smiled on Constantinople By Reynold Spector
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In 717 AD, Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium), appeared doomed. In the preceding eighty years, Muslim Arabs had captured much of North Africa and the Middle East, and... More > were poised to take Constantinople. To save Byzantium, the senate asked a Roman General, Leo III, to become Emperor. Leo and his brilliant son Constantine V radically altered the Byzantine imperial system militarily and culturally. Leo developed a novel idea – that God was angry with the Byzantine Christians because they worshiped Christian icons, relics, and pagan idols, thus ignoring the Second Commandment. God would favor the Byzantines only if they destroyed their icons and purified Christianity. Leo’s policy set in motion a century-long conflict between the iconoclast (icon breaker) emperors and the iconophiles (icon lovers). This religious struggle culminated in a final battle to define Byzantine Christianity and the control of the Empire. This novel recounts who won, why and how.< Less
Tales for Gail By Reynold Spector
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At that time, 1966-1968, we were stressed. We required the outrageous and hyperbolic. So in a rare interlude, I wrote a tale – later to be enjoyed at a “reading” – a few... More > stolen moments of laughter and joy. Recently, I reread these tales. I still laughed. Through the eyes of maturity, I have polished and refined them. These are varied stories of unrest and outrage, written mainly for medical people - doctors, nurses and associated personnel. But others may find these unsettling tales to their taste, occasionally biting and tart, often droll, but never bitter. Open the book and see for yourself.< Less
Where Amaranths Bloom By Reynold Spector
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In 1968 during the height of the Vietnam War, our hero, Dr. Reginald Houghton, a wealthy confident Harvard Yale trained physician with two years of internal medicine residency, was assigned by the US... More > Army as a Senior Medical Advisor to the Korean Army. Upon arrival in Korea, he quickly grasped the contradictory tenets of neo-Confucian Korean versus American laws and customs; in a jam what do you do? Follow American or Korean laws or culture? Unlike most U.S. garrison soldiers Captain Houghton decided to have a “positive” experience beyond alcohol, drugs and “business ladies.” The novel recounts his sometimes shocking, often humorous adventures with the Korean language, Korean karate, Korean officers, indigent patients, priceless jadeite carvings, and various ladies.< Less
Where Amaranths Bloom By Reynold Spector
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In 1968 during the height of the Vietnam War, our hero, Dr. Reginald Houghton, a wealthy confident Harvard Yale trained physician with two years of internal medicine residency, was assigned by the US... More > Army as a Senior Medical Advisor to the Korean Army. Upon arrival in Korea, he quickly grasped the contradictory tenets of neo-Confucian Korean versus American laws and customs; in a jam what do you do? Follow American or Korean laws or culture? Unlike most U.S. garrison soldiers Captain Houghton decided to have a “positive” experience beyond alcohol, drugs and “business ladies.” The novel recounts his sometimes shocking, often humorous adventures with the Korean language, Korean karate, Korean officers, indigent patients, priceless jadeite carvings, and various ladies.< Less
Savioress of the West: A Novel of Ancient Byzantium and the Muslim Incursion By Reynold Spector
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This autobiographical novel is told through the eyes of the historical Empress Martina, wife of Heraclius Flavius, who ruled the Eastern Roman Empire from 610 to 641 AD. Together Heraclius and... More > Martina rescued the dying Eastern Roman Empire from the Persians who had recently captured the Middle East and Egypt from the Romans. After an unsuccessful Persian siege of Constantinople, the Empire’s capital, Heraclius, with Martina at his side, took the war—the first Christian Holy War—to the center of Persia and, through generalship worthy of Caesar or Alexander, destroyed the Persian State after 600 years of Roman attempts. However, several years after Heraclius and Martina’s successful victory over the Persians, an incapacitated Heraclius and the Romans were unable to contain the Muslim onslaught that suddenly and unexpectedly appeared out of the Arabian Desert. But with Martina's help in finding the technological weapon, Greek Fire, the Romans halted the Muslim onslaught and their advance into Europe.< Less

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