Greetings from the Lincoln Bedroom

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Crown Publishers, 1998 - Humor - 275 pages
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"Welcome to Arianna's excellent adventure: on the heels of a small donation made to the Democratic National Committee - the result of a lost bet - she's invited to spend three days, with access as full as an intern's, in the infamous Lincoln Bedroom. Like Alice's exploits through the looking glass, Arianna's weekend in the White House wonderland is increasingly surreal, constantly titillating, and brutally funny as she encounters a parade of curiouser and curiouser surprises." "Of course the star of this backstage tour is Bill Clinton himself. He and his sometime sidekick and best supporting actor Newt Gingrich reach an epoch-making bipartisan consensus that oral sex is not adultery. The President is found horsetrading in a hot tub, soul-searching during a midnight raid of the snack pantry, and otherwise devising new ways to feed his financial, carnal, and altogether insatiable appetites. And as a reminder of just how far politics and leadership have strayed, there's even a visit from the remarkably well-preserved Abraham Lincoln himself."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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First fiction from Huffington (The Fourth Instinct, 1994, etc.), the frisky doyenne of the political right, who now offers her wacky take on one-night rentals of the Lincoln Bedroom. Huffington hails ... Read full review

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Arianna Huffington is a nationally syndicated columnist, an Emmy nominee for comedy writing, and the author of seven books, including the New York Times best-sellers Picasso, Maria Callas, and The Female Woman. She lives in Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.

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