Books by David M. Friedman

WILDE IN AMERICA by David M. Friedman
Released: Oct. 6, 2014

"Although Friedman fashions a lively narrative, this book does not significantly embellish the already well-known image of the outrageous, self-aggrandizing Wilde."
An account of the notorious author's American tour. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 21, 2007

"A captivating study of medical innovation, the fallibility of science and two adventurous minds."
The wonderfully witty Friedman (A Mind of its Own: A Cultural History of the Penis, 2001) moves on to a more serious subject: the heralded aviator's partnership with a Nobel Prize-winning surgeon on innovations that laid the groundwork for organ transplants, cryosurgery and the artificial heart. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 6, 2001

"Like its subject: not for everyone, but a model of its kind."
Everything you always wanted to know about man's closest friend. Read full book review >