Practice to Deceive

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Donald I. Fine, 1991 - Fiction - 272 pages
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"Robin Cook better start looking over his shoulder, because Practice To Decieve has everything: Hollywood, love, and insider's look at plastic surgery, a remarkable smuggling scheme; and enough excitement and major league writing to keep you enthralled for as long as it did me (which is to say from start to finish, into the night)".--Robert B. Parker.

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Morris Gold, a famous but dangerously incompetent cosmetic surgeon, performs a rhinoplasty which results in dreadful disfigurement, merely the latest in a long string of irresponsible surgeries ... Read full review

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