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Berton Roueche
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    (April 16, 1910-April 28, 1994)
    Born in Kansas City, Missouri
    Author and journalist
    Reporter for; The Kansas City Star, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and the St. Louis Globe-Democrat
    BA in Journalism from the University of Missouri
    Books include; 'Black Weather,' 'Feral,' 'Fago,' 'What's Left,' 'The Last Enemy' and 'Eleven Blue Men'
    Most well known for writing books about real life medical mysteries including; 'The Medical Detectives' and 'The Medical Detectives II'
    He wrote for the New Yorker.
    He smoked.
    He wrote about medicine despite having no medical training.
    Depressed and suffering from emphysema, he committed suicide.
    He kept the same job and was married to the same woman for fifty years.
    His 'The Medical Detectives' series has been cited as a source for the TV series'House M.D.' and has certainly influenced and <15514>'C.S.I.'
    He was known to be likable and friendly.

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