Dirty Work: A Novel

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Gabriel Weston

Narrated By: Carolyn Cook

Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA

Date: August 2014

Duration: 5 hours 0 minutes

Summary:

An informed and arresting debut novel about a young surgeon in crisis, by a writer whose 'exactitude of expression is rare and uncanny.' (Rachel Cusk)

Nancy Mullion, an obstetrician-gynecologist whose botched surgery has put a patient in a life-threatening coma, must face a medical tribunal to determine if she can continue to practice medicine. Nancy's fears about both her patient's chances for survival and whether she will be 'undoctored' are made palpable to the reader. Throughout four weeks of intense questioning and accusations, this physician directly confronts for the first time her work as an abortion provider--how it helps the lives of others but takes a heavy toll on her own.

Interweaving memories of Nancy's English and American childhood and adolescence, Dirty Work creates an emotionally charged portrait of one woman's life; the telling of seemingly untellable stories sets her free, as it can all women. Gabriel Weston has given us a truly original, courageous, and meaningful novel.

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Dirty Work: A Novel

by Gabriel Weston

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