The madhouse nudes: a novel

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Simon & Schuster, Apr 2, 1997 - Fiction - 287 pages
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When artist John Ordway is accused of an attack on one of his local nude models after his girlfriend leaves him, he must examine his own obsession with his art to determine if he is innocent or guilty. A first novel. 12,500 first printing.

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I could identity with this book in it's descriptions since Delphi was based on my hometown. It was entertaining yet engaging. Read full review

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A good read, well done. A lot I could identify with in some way (the nature of small conservative communities, for one). I was interested in a thought the main character had late in the book ... Read full review


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Midamerica, Volumes 24-26

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About the author (1997)

Schultz has an M.A. from Western Michigan University. He has lectured at Western Michigan University and Virginia Commonwealth University and worked as a disc jockey. He lives with his wife.

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