Books by Julie Fenster

Released: June 1, 2005

"Fenster is a superb storyteller, taking the factual information of the race and investing it with wit and brio. A race like this, almost otherworldly in its setting, has much potential, and Fenster taps into every mile of it. (Six photos, not seen)"
A natty reconstruction of the famous round-the-world auto race. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2003

"Suitable for filling in unavoidable gaps in a TV presentation, but fails as a stand-alone."
Companion to a History Channel miniseries, a slightly idiosyncratic collection of 20 short pieces focusing on men and women who made noteworthy contributions to medical knowledge. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 5, 2001

"Despite occasional repetitions: a thoroughly compelling account, well told and well situated in its larger context."
American Heritage columnist Fenster examines the tangled tale of the invention of anesthesia. Read full book review >