Good Vibrations

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2004 - Fiction - 288 pages
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It's the summer of 1968: the weather is hot, the skirts are high, and randy young men throughout the land are devastated by the acres of female flesh on show .... At the Rose and Griffin theatrical agency, the atmosphere is lust incarnate. Hotshot agent Adrian Klein's idea of a working lunch is half an hour with a blonde on the office-casting couch. Teddy Dixon, the agency's director, hands out lusty perks to his nubile secretary, Marlene, and literary agent Carola Watforde is just as girl-crazy as the men.

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