Voices of the Dead

Voices of the Dead

These are trying times, nearly unprecedented, but only nearly. In 1878, a Yellow Fever epidemic broke out in Memphis, Tn. It killed over 5,000 people. It must have seemed the end of days. 

Today on THE SURGICAL FICTION PODCAST, I present the first chapter of Voices of the Dead, by John Babb.

In Voices of the Dead, by John Babb, the story of the Yellow Fever epidemic of 1878 is told in vivid detail and stunning prose. Babb is a retired Rear Admiral in the US Public Health Service, and is that rare combination of scientist writer who really knows words and how to tell a story. His creative nonfiction account of that surreal time reads more like a novel, and is more than worthy of your eyeballs and mind as you look for something to pass the time during your own self quarantine or social distancing. 

Voices of the Dead, by John Babb, is available in eBook today. https://amzn.to/2UOr73D

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