Noah Gordon (novelist)
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For the American poet, see Noah Eli Gordon.
His novel Shaman won the first James Fenimore Cooper Prize for Best Historical Fiction in 1993.
- The Rabbi (1965)
- The Death Committee (1969)
- The Jerusalem Diamond (1979)
- The Physician (1986) (Cole family trilogy)
- Shaman (1992) (Cole family trilogy)
- Matters of Choice (1995) (Cole family trilogy)
- The Last Jew (2000)
- Sam and Other Animal Stories (2002) (children's stories)
- The Winemaker (2007)
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