|About the Book|
Adam has a boring life. He has a boring job at a boring hospital and he dreams of a better existence. He started seeing Doctor Bailey because he thought the good doctor had all the answers. Surely modern day psychiatry would fix all his problems. HeMoreAdam has a boring life. He has a boring job at a boring hospital and he dreams of a better existence. He started seeing Doctor Bailey because he thought the good doctor had all the answers. Surely modern day psychiatry would fix all his problems. He certainly had a laundry list of them.Ever wanted to know what goes on behind the closed doors of a psychiatrist’s office? Here’s your chance to be the fly on the wall in the office of a crazy unbalanced janitor who’s trying to do the unthinkable- balance the full case load of a respected licensed psychiatrist with the insanity of his own brain.Adam thought a few visits to a shrink would solve his problems. Adam was right, it did solve his problems, just not in the way you would expect.“Take charge of your life!” Doctor Bailey told him, so he stole his doctor’s practice.As a newly minted and self-appointed Doctor, Adam Fink has a lot on his mind these days. He’s got a new girlfriend of questionable repute, and a calendar full of patients with problems he could have only imagined. He soon realizes he’s just traded his very real problems for a bevy of his client’s imagined ones.Not only does he have to find a way to deceive all his patients, he has to operate under the watchful eyes of Jerry Stularkey, the Attorney who practices law in the office next to his.How on earth is a janitor supposed to help a man with an obsessive compulsion to count, fend off the advances of a love sick pooch, and fix a ten year old boy named Rhesus who swings off the lights in his office. Before the first week has passed two women, a computer, and a Corinthian Leather chair has ‘fallen’ out of his fourth floor office window. His chair has been shot, his secretary too, and his brand new Ducati motorcycle has been stolen right out from under his nose and in the middle of the day while he stood by and ‘helped.’And if things weren’t bad enough, the Mayor has been calling and he is pissed!