I've seen my share of salacious flap copy, but a friend's promotion of the forthcoming novella she edited for Harper Collins, Lust in the Library, caught my attention: "Some like it hot, and some like it in the reference section." "Do they?" I wondered, "or is this truly fiction?" Lust in the Libr ... More >>
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