Global Praise for “Sex, Lies and Pharmaceuticals”

A selection a reviews and recommendations from around the world about Ray’s latest book…

“a meticulous exposé”        Literary Review of Canada

“essential reading for husbands”    The Spectator

“very readable”     Medical Journal of Australia

“valuable muckraking”     Psychiatric Times, USA

“a clarion call that should be heard by men and women alike” Winnipeg Free Press

“A must read”     Dr Lori Brotto, UBC Canada

“I highly recommend it”   Gorgi Coghlan, Channel 10, The Circle, Australia

“A brilliant dissection of the tragedy of greed preying on fear”

Dr Iona Heath, Royal College of General Practitioners, Britain

“One of the most useful books to come along in a long time”

Cynthia A. Pearson, National Women’s Health Network, USA

Review extracts

“…essential reading for husbands and recommended reading for general practitioners, psychiatrists and psychologists…”.

“with its insightful discussion of bedroom intimacy and the impact of ageing on sexual function of both men and women, especially the latter, it will almost certainly become a discussion text for many book clubs across the Western world.”

John Graham, The Spectator, Australia

“…a breakthrough in investigative journalism: a decidedly progressive argument against the hegemony of modern medicine and the way it intentionally deprives patients of a holistic approach to health and happiness.”

Quill and Quire

“Sex, Lies and Pharmaceuticals is a rarity—a book that lives up to its own hype. It is a thorough and meticulous exposé that does a remarkably good job of bringing skepticism without cynicism, informa­tion without sensationalism to an issue that is being confronted by an increasing number of average people.

“… an eye-opening, carefully written and fair book that directly confronts a single dramatic example of what many consider to be an exploding problem: the medicalization of everyday life.”

Wendy McElroy, Literary Review of Canada

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