(PRWEB) December 27, 2004
Have you ever seen a comb in a urinal, mittens in a tree, or shoes hanging from a telephone wire? Ever wonder how in the world they got there?
A retired surgeon publishes an anthology of 16 short stories recounting scenarios involving inanimate objects that have been witnessed in the authorÂs travels and what human circumstances could have occurred to leave them behind. These are stories that will appeal emotionally to a wide audience, and the turn of events at the end of each chapter will capture the readerÂs interest throughout the book, "The Comb in the Urinal and other Perplexities of Life."
All of the objects described in the book were seen by the author! Some of these tales are actually real! Will you be able to figure out which ones they are? A comb in a urinal was one of these objects, and its sighting prompted the author to imagine how in the world it was left in such an unusual place. The other stories just naturally seem to flow from this tale. Being retired has given the author the time to smell the roses and slow down to a comfortable pace of life. If, after reading this book, you can stop and smell the roses as well, then he has succeeded in his purpose.
This is the second non-medical publication of Thomas J. Neviaser, MD, the first being "ManÂs Unofficial Guide to the Use of His Garage" (ISBN: 1932205918; http://www.mans-garage-guide.com), a humorous yet informative guide for men who want to make the garage their castle.
Dr. Neviaser is a clinical professor of Orthopedic Surgery at George Washington University.
For more information, a review copy of "The Comb in the Urinal and Other Perplexities of Life", "Man's Unofficial Guide to the Use of His Garage" or an interview with the author, please call 703-425-5095 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Publisher: Pecos Publishing,
"The Comb in the Urinal and Other Perplexities of Life", http://www.pecospublishing.com,
96 pages, paperback
Available Now at: http://www.pecospublishing.com, amazon.com
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