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Malpractice: A Novel
Malpractice A Novel
Author: Eleazar Lipsky
In this completely engrossing novel, Mr. Lipsky transforms the ethical question of malpractice into a searing drama in which strong-minded, full-blooded people contend. — The scene is Lewiston, an upstate New York city. There, a 42-year-old woman, Manya Shroeder, after a history of hysterial behavior, has undergone--successfully, it appears--sur...  more »
ISBN: 29189
Pages: 246
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Publisher: William Morrow & Co.
Book Type: Hardcover
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For those whose tastes are for courtroom scenes and the intricacies of the law, this has the bonus of suspense. For those who appreciate the reaction of human beings to one another and to fate, it is quite absorbing. Written with a fine sense of story telling.