What's Wrong with Dorfman?: A Novel

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Farmer Street Press, 2000 - Fiction - 229 pages
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Venturing into the lunatic fringes of alternative medicine, Dorfman encounters his innermost demons, as well as the beguiling Delilah Foster, a fellow hypochondriac. Will Dorfman find a cure? Will his movie get made? Will he run away with Delilah Foster? And most importantly, what indeed is wrong with Dorfman? This wryly witty book with engagingly wacky characters will have readers laughing out loud. More than just the plight of one man, What's Wrong With Dorfman? humorously reflects the angst of modern society and asks, "Aren't we all a little nuts?"

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I have never read anything else by Blumenthal, it just looked interesting. I was really pulling for this book, the whole time I was reading it. And for a little while, it appeared as if it might go ... Read full review

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Section 1
9
Section 2
19
Section 3
30
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John Blumenthal is the author eight books including of the novels "Millard Fillmore, Mon Amour," (a BookSense76 Pick) and "Three and a Half Virgins" (Finalist, International Book Awards, Literary Fiction.) Formerly a member of the editorial staff of "Playboy" and "Esquire" magazines, he has also written for television and is co-author of the movies "Short Time" and "Blue Streak.

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