Doctor Pain Merchant: Doctors of Pain and Delight

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Davis Freeman, Oct 6, 2010 - Fiction - 380 pages
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How would you feel if you knew the dental hygienist cleaning your teeth with sharp instruments was suffering from obsessive love addiction, or the dentist, about to insert a long needle into your mouth, was practicing under the influence of 80 proof bourbon? Myles F. Brown, raised in the ghetto, grows up dreaming of success and money. He graduates from dental school with honors, and takes an associate position at a prestigious Fifth Avenue Dental practice. Dr. Preston Carrington III, owner of the practice, and whom Time called: The Dentist's Dentist, is a nationally recognized expert in field of cosmetic dentistry. Myles's dreams are at his doorstep but his nightmare is just beginning. Behind the scenes unknown to Myles, is a practice marred by greed, fraud, and incompetence. Tragedy strikes when Myles's girlfriend is found at the bottom of an elevator shaft. Ruled an accidental death, the case is closed until Carley Carrington, wife of Preston, is also found under similar circumstances. Evidence is planted implicating Myles, and he is arrested. While in police custody he learns the identity of the killer. He escapes, and with the police on his trail, uses his fianc as bate to lure the killer out into the open and obtain the evidence to clear himself, and convict the guilty parties.

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GREAT BOOK!!! The author was right on. I will never look at my dental hygienst or dentist the same way again.

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Loved this Book.
I never read a suspense novel set in a dentist's office that was believeable. I don't like dentists anymore than the next person, but the hero, Dr. Myles Brown, I was hoping would save the day.
This is a must read. Check it out.
I highly recommend this book!

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Born April 30, 1950 Davis Freeman Jr. grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn New York. He attended Columbia University graduating with a degree in Literature in 1973. He then attended the Harvard University College of Dental Medicine. He has been practicing general dentistry since 1977.

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