A rubbernecker's delight... Feel that secret voyeuristic pull we all have within the pages of this book.
Why I love it
"So what's the worst thing you've ever seen?" After a decade spent with Atlanta's most notorious ambulance service, Kevin Hazzard often gets the question every paramedic loves to hate.
After reading A Thousand Naked Strangers, it's hard to see how he begins to answer that question. Filled with too-bizarre-to-be-fake stories – from discovering week-old bodies that stick to the floor to pe...
"A well written memoir about paramedics that is thrilling and gory as well as touching and heartbreaking."
"Entertaining. A great collection of stories from inside the trenches."
"Amusing and poignant. For a little while, it made me want to be a paramedic, but by the ending had me reconsidering. Very well-written, quite the wild ride "
"It was totally different than a book I would usually pick to read. Loved it..."
"My husband is a paramedic and all I could wonder while I read it was if he actually wrote it under a pseudonym? Seriously, this a hilarious and realistic perspective on the profession. Read it!"
"Contrary to my regular reads, I enjoyed this career memoir about EMTs, but also the politics and the humor behind the story."
Saint Louis, MO
"What a job he has. Read this and be thankful for all qualified and brave medical professionals! "
"For the people who watch shows like Chicago Med and want to work in a hospital, this book is the reality check you need. "
"Very interesting read - it filled in a lot of blanks for me when I see ambulances racing by - the what who where how why possibilities. Bonus - very well written!"
Des Moines, IA
"I greatly enjoyed reading this dark humor that comes with emergencies memoir!"
"So much fun and a great read about finding your way and the importance of passion."