Meet the warped and driven people who filled the scalding French classic:
Anna - expatriate and ashamed of the lovely body that caused the death of t least one lover.
Jean - who dies horribly trying to rid herself of an unwanted child
John Bulles - power mad genius who manipulated countries and lives with equal facility.
Lady Montclair - aging, deposed queen who only wanted her throne and sexual satisfaction from a man and a woman... at the same time.
Carol Soller - whose only aim in life was to sleep in more corporate beds.
And many more unforgettable characters in this classic tale of sex, intrigue and violence.
Written by famed poet Christopher Logue (who probably needed money) and first published under the Ophelia imprint, Lust is a kind of "how to succeed in business without really trying." The tale follows its hero from a dreary office setting where a superior's wife discovers the pair share mutual interests, into the clutches of one Mr. Bulles, who sends him (and the girl Anna) on missions of espionage and intrigue. Later he encounters royalty, multiple partners, before finishing, as all great espionage novels must, in revolution.
Good. Read more than once. Slight crease upper right corner on cover. Spine Lightly Creased. Edge wear visible with rubbing. Binding normal wear. Corners are bumped / rounded. Pages tanning clean and crisp. WN-11478
Author Count Palmiro Vicarion, Christopher Logue
Publisher Pendulum, 1967
Fiction / Erotica
Fiction / General