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The Lady Whose Mouth I Set on Fire

The Lady Whose Mouth I Set on Fire
  • Author: McAnonymous
  • Publisher: Katydid Books
  • ISBN: 1735575135
  • Page: 228
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Laughter may not always be the best medicine, but it's sometimes the only one."I would like to go on record as saying this is the best book I have ever read," gushes an anonymous reader.

Life pours into emergency departments with a distinct flavor. The Lady Whose Mouth I Set on Fire . . . and Other True Tales from the ER gives you a big helping of this dish with dozens of stories that are too bizarre, too horrific, or too hilarious to be true--but they are. Every single story is true and can be relied upon for the reader's education and enlightenment in medicine or in life. The author, an emergency physician with three decades worth of tales, is looking hard to find humor anywhere he can. Laughter may not always be the best medicine, but it's sometimes the only one."I would like to go on record as saying this is the best book I have ever read," gushes an anonymous reader.


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