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More than it hurts you : a novel / Darin Strauss.

Strauss, Darin. (Author).
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  • 16 of 16 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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  • ISBN: 9780525950707 :
  • ISBN: 0525950702 :
  • Physical Description: 401 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2008.

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Citation/References Note: LJ 02/15/2008
PW 01/07/2008
Kirkus 03/15/2008
Summary, etc.: In Long Island Josh Goldin loves his wife Dori and their eight month old son Zack. However, the TV salesman is very worried about Zack who twice has been rushed to the emergency room with strange life-threatening symptoms. African-American ICU pediatric chief Dr. Darlene Stokes reports the Goldin case to the Child Protective Services based on her theory that Zack's mom suffers from Munchausen syndrome, which causes her to inflict harm to her child in an attempt to draw attention to herself and her family. CPS decides to take Zack away from his white Jewish parents who challenge the government agency in court.
Subject: Munchausen syndrome by proxy > Fiction.
African American women physicians > Fiction.

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