Sex lives of famous people
The Intimate Sex Lives of Famous People by Irving WallaceThis encyclopedia looks at the sexual habits, deviations and quirks of nearly 200 famous, notorious or otherwise distinguished people from all walks of life. Each entry describes the subjects fame and achievements, and within this context examines their sexual activities. The entries are preceded by over 50 lists of sexual characteristics in which the subjects of the biographies are listed under such headings as mother-fixated, masochists and sadists, and endurance and staying power. Characters featured include Henry VIII, Napoleon Bonaparte, Catherine the Great, Marilyn Monroe, Janis Joplin and Mozart.
Secrets About the Sex Lives of Your Favorite Celebrities
Jean Patchett, in a Primitif by Max Factor ad. There are a lot of things I should be reading right now: great books, worthy books, new books, books that, quite frankly, I need to finish for work. But I cannot. As the title indicates, this is the best book ever written, and possibly the only book one need own. Despite the subject matter, and the red-and-purple issue cover, the tone of the book is not lurid. It is objective, almost academic. Or at least, the authors make all their declarations with absolute authority.
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An encyclopedia of what our celebrated betters do between the sheets. Hugely entertaining. His wife, Sylvia Wallace , wrote the best-selling novel The Fountains. Irving Wallace - was an American bestselling author and screenwriter. He also produced some notable non-fiction works, including several editions of The People's Almanac and The Book of Lists. Amy Wallace, the daughter of Irving Wallace, and the sister of David Wallechinsky, also wrote the extraordinary true-life expose of mystery man boyfriend Carlos Casteneda.