Brown's Guide to the Good Life: Without Tears, Fears Or Boredom
"This book is a collection of anecdotes from David Brown's rich life in show business. In the unique, charming style that he is famous for, Brown tells us why experts are usually wrong, how doctors can make you sick, the truth about the potency myth in sex and marriage, and much, much more."--BOOK JACKET.
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