If he always has the headache, why should you suffer? In the bestselling tradition of Bridget Jones's Diary comes an outrageous, wickedly funny look at love, marriage, and sex.... Tabloid reporter Anna Shapiro can pinpoint the day, three years ago, that she and her husband, Dan, last had great sex. Anna would be grateful if something as ordinary as a mere headache was her husband's excuse; Dan's hypochondriac terrors include brain tumors, tropical diseases, and spontaneous combustion. But now an assignment for a racy tabloid exposé inspires Anna to go where no journalist has gone before, to answer some questions that suddenly seem very important: What is the perfect outfit for committing adultery in? Is it beyond the pale to pick up a man--no matter how sexy--at a funeral? Yet the most crucial question is one Anna never expected: Is she willing to give up her marriage and children for the biggest gamble of her life?
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|Grouped Work ID||d664382d-be8e-c087-866a-ce9417eebb35|
|Grouping Author||margolis sue|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-29 01:19:30AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-04 02:10:38AM|
|available_at_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|display_description||Excerpt: "Dan Bloomfield stood in front of the full-length bathroom mirror, dropped his boxers to his ankles, moved his penis to one side to get a better look and stared hard at the sagging, wrinkled flesh which housed his testicles. Whenever Dan examined his testicles - and as a hypochondriac he did this several times a week - he thought of two things: the likelihood of his imminent demise; and the cupboard under the stairs in his mother's house in Finchley."|
|owning_library_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|owning_location_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|subject_facet||Adultery -- Fiction|
Hypochondria -- Fiction
Jews -- England -- London -- Fiction
|title_full||Neurotica / Sue Margolis|
Neurotica [electronic resource] / Sue Margolis