The Plumber'S Wrench (eBook)
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Howard Studt is a beefy, awkward kid: not handsome, not brilliant, not popular, but a good-natured boy. He believes that there is a benevolent Almighty watching over him who will guarantee his happiness. Unfortunately his path to manhood is strewn with one calamity after another. His father deserts the family, his best friend dies, and Howard is diagnosed with a rare genetic disease. As he reaches manhood, he realizes that the God he is seeking resides within himself, just before the next disaster engulfs him. About the Author: David Margolis retired from the practice of medicine in 2013. His short stories and poems have appeared in medical journals, humor sites and literary publications. He has released two previous books. A collection of short stories, "Looking Behind: The Gaseous Life of a Gastroenterologist" in 2013, and a novel, "The Myth of Dr. Kugelman" in 2015. He resides in St. Louis Missouri with his wife, a niece and a nephew, three rescue dogs, and a set of golf clubs.