Frank G. Slaughter Bibliography

Can you guess Frank G. Slaughter's bibliography?
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#1
Novels
1941
That None Should Die
1942
Spencer Brade M.D.
1944
Battle Surgeon
1945
Air Surgeon
1945
A Touch of Glory
1946
In a Dark Garden
1947
The Golden Isle
1948
Sangaree
1949
The Divine Mistress
1950
The Stubborn Heart
1951
Fort Everglades
1951
The Road to Bithynia
1952
East Side General
1953
The Cross and The Crown
1953
Storm Haven
1953
The Galileans: The Story of Mary Magdalene
1954
The Song of Ruth
1954
Buccaneer Surgeon
1955
The Healer
1955
Flight from Natchez
1955
Darien Venture
1955
Buccaneer Doctor
1956
The Warrior
1956
The Scarlet Cord: A Novel of the Woman of Jericho
1957
Sword and Scalpel
1957
The Mapmaker
1957
The Golden Ones
1958
Daybreak
1959
The Crown and the Cross: The Life of Christ
1959
Lorena
1959
The Thorn of Arimathea
1959
The Deadly Lady of Madagascar
1960
The Land and the Promise: The Greatest Stories of the Bible Retold
1960
Pilgrims in Paradise
1961
The Curse of Jezebel
1961
Epidemic!
1962
David, Warrior and King
1962
Tomorrow's Miracle
1963
Devil's Harvest
1964
A Savage Place
1965
Constantine, The Miracle of the Flaming Cross
1965
The Purple Quest
1967
Doctors' Wives
1967
God's Warrior
1968
The Sins of Herod
1968
Upon this Rock
1969
Surgeon's Choice: A Novel of Medicine Tomorrow
1970
Countdown
1971
Code Five
1972
Convention M.D.
1974
Women in White
1977
Devil's Gamble: A Novel of Demonology
1977
Plague Ship
1980
Gospel Fever
1983
Doctors at Risk
1985
No Greater Love
1987
Transplant
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Non-Fiction Books
1946
The New Science of Surgery
1947
Medicine for Moderns: The New Science of Psychosomatic Medicine
1950
Immortal Magyar: Semmelweis, the Conqueror of Childbed Fever
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