|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||99021657|
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Uzee has thread a storyline in "Yellow Jack", from the mid 's to the new millennium, with sublime skill. From his attention to dialect, and the perpetually corrupt local and national political powers, the author brings to life the story of a man's quest to find the culprits who have brought tragedy upon his 5/5(6). A dramatic and interestingly conceived first novel, set in New Orleans during a perilous time (the s) when runaway yellow fever (``Yellow Jack'') turned the Queen City into ``the Necropolis of the South.''3/5(36). YELLOW JACK on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: NY. Yellow Jack book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The end of a scourge The prayer that has been mine for twenty years, th /5.
Yellow Jack: A Novel Written by Josh Russell Review by James Hawking Early in Yellow Jack, the principal character’s father falls victim to a biting-robbery-murder during an outdoor encounter with a Parisian prostitute. Yellow Jack is a compelling and thorough narrative of one of the most interesting chapters in medical history. The book, which is highly readable even to those who may think they know this story, is based on a series of articles written by one of the authors, John R. Pierce, for Stripe, a publication of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. When Vivian falls ill with yellow fever (the ""Yellow Jack"" of the title), the Marmus seek exile in Boston for four years, leaving Claude and Millicent to their unsanctioned partnership, during. The Yellow Book includes important travel medicine updates: Recommendations for providing travel health care remotely via telemedicine. Discussion of legal issues facing clinicians providing travel health care. Cutting-edge rapid diagnostic tests for infectious diseases. Introduction of new FDA-approved antimalarial drugs.