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Meet dentist Brian Mallory. He's always considered himself a grounded man. A rational man. A reasonable man. But what he finds in the mouth of nineteen year old Amy Gladwell one afternoon during a routine cleaning makes him begin to question his own sanity.
It's amazing how quickly everything can change in a a blink of an eye. More
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About Bradley Convissar

I grew up in NJ, spent four years in New Orleans earning my degree in evolutionary biology, then returned to NJ for dental school. I currently live in NJ with my wife, two children, and diabetic Daschund who has developed premature cataracts (a temperamental, partly blind dog and two children don't mix very well). I always felt that you can learn something about a person based on the CD's in their car. Well, right now I am listening to Disturbed's new album Asylum, Chevelles' newest album Sc-fi Crimes, Three Day's Grace latest Life Starts Now and Hollywood Undead's Swan Song. So, what does that tell you about me?

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Caroline Wood reviewed on on Aug. 13, 2015

Deliciously chilling story. I like the way it's firmly planted in the reality of everyday life - making the weirdness even more striking. Also a nice twist on being scared of the dentist.... Really enjoyed this.
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Theresa Chapman reviewed on on Jan. 12, 2013

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Brian Harmon reviewed on on May 11, 2012

This was a very well-told and imaginative short story. The author does a fine job of ballancing his proffessional knowledge of the protagonist's dentistry skills with the actual amount of information the reader cares to hear about, leaving the prose informed without becoming mechanical or boring. The ending is great, building to a chilling stop and leaving the reader wondering what the future holds for Dr. Brian. My only real complaint is that I found the story's dialog forced and unconvincing at times. Definitely worth a read.
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gotmud reviewed on on April 4, 2012

This was a well written book. IT keeps you spell bound. I would read more from this author.Keep the good work up.
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J. Scott Sharp reviewed on on Nov. 6, 2011

This is a creepy story! I have never liked the dentist (who does), but this story doesn't help my irrationality about the dentist office, at all. Bradley Convissar has hit a nerve with this story!
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Lisa V. Proulx reviewed on on Nov. 2, 2011

Wow, this was a creepy story that really held my interest! I appreciated the dental terms and knowledge which made the story more real. I had a fear of dentists that was recently banished but I think after reading this tale, my fear has returned! :)
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Grace Potter reviewed on on Oct. 12, 2011

Not bad. I might have to rethink my own, um...accessories. Only critique is (lots of parenthesis).
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Grace Potter reviewed on on Oct. 12, 2011

I really liked this. Quite unusual (in a good way). Could have used a bit more character development but understandable for a short story.
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Aussiescribbler reviewed on on Oct. 7, 2011

A very effective creepy tale.
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