James Kahn

James Kahn is an American medical specialist and writer, best known for his novelization of ''Return of the Jedi''. Born in Chicago on December 30, 1947, Kahn received a degree in medical studies from the University of Chicago. His post-graduate training, specializing in Emergency Medicine, was completed at USC–LA County Hospital and UCLA. His original work includes three novels in the ''New World'' series: ''World Enough, and Time'' (1980), ''Time's Dark Laughter'' (1982), and ''Timefall'' (1987). As well as ''Return of the Jedi'', he wrote the novelizations of the films ''Poltergeist'' and ''Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom''. He has also written for well-known television series such as ''Melrose Place'' and ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''. He was the producer of ''Melrose Place'' from 1996 to 1998. Provided by Wikipedia
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