A Spy in the Family - Alec Waugh Reviews
Description:ISBN 0491001053 / Author: Alec Waugh / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... published it was not kept on the open shelves of the library. It was considered along with some other books, such as John ... more
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by - written on 12/07/00, updated on 09/03/01
An 'erotic comedy' is how the author Alec Waugh describes A Spy in the Family. Waugh explains that he had for a long while wanted to write a novel that followed the typical pattern of innocent maiden initiated into the mysteries of love making but set within a framework of a credible dramatic plot. This he certainly achieved. When this book was first published it was not kept on the open shelves of the library. It was considered along with some other books, such as John Updike's Couples, too risque for the general public. It was only because I worked in the library that I was aware of the 'green spot' books kept in a back room and ... Read the complete review
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