A Very Innocent Man
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What people are saying:
"A Very Innocent Man is a very good novel - part parable, part parody. We follow the Teflon rise of telemedicine rainmaker Dr. Robert Rosen as he morphs from a cynical crusader against pill pimps to a true Oxy-moron. Author Ed Belfar weaves the tale of Rosen's downward spiral with a deft hand for dialog and a sharp ear for storytelling."-Jerry Mikorenda, author of America's First Freedom Rider and the novel, The Whaler's Daughter.
"Edward Belfar's twisted redemption story perfectly mirrors the well-earned cynicism of our times. Highly recommended.
Very well-written and employing razor sharp humor compelling and highly entertaining novel"-Kathy Fish, author of Wild Life: Collected Works
"When trouble comes knocking, Dr. Robert Rosen doesn't hesitate to open the door. He has no interest in doing the right thing, but does wrong things in entertaining, ever-escalating ways. The result is a darkly comic roller coaster ride through a political, cultural, and legal landscape where nice guys may or may not finish last."-Caitlin Horrocks, author of This Is Not Your City, The Vexations, and Life Among the Terranauts
"Lies and hypocrisy abound in this witty, farcical, hilarious story, so full of corruption that it feels, well, a bit like the world in which we live..."-Brian Duren, author of Ivory Black and of the award-winning novel Whiteout