Maudie

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Wordsworth Editions, Limited, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 128 pages
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'Maudie' is an up-to-date courtesan of the 1920's. In her house on the banks of the river Thames she provides all maner of erotic entertainment for her circle of friends. The bibliographer Laurence Foster maintained that the author was a well-known literary man, and that the characters are drawn from life. This book culminates in a race to deflower the daughter of the French guest, but the participants are caught 'in falgrante delicto' by a photographer from The Daily Mirror. Maudie and her vompanions are forced to flee the county, and their adventures continue in 'Pleasure Bound'.

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'Maudie' is one of the erotic classics from the Edwardian era, a no-hold-barred narrative of the libidinous goings on of the eponymous heroine, mostly (but not exclusively) with the young Charlie ... Read full review

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