I Am a Nymphomaniac
by Robert Silverberg
writing as L.T. Woodward MD*
- 1965: I Am a Nymphomaniac, Belmont Trade paperback, 157 pp.
(from Belmont 1965)
They Couldn't Say No
Monique — who never really had a father
Louise — whose overstimulated body could never be satisfied
Carole — who felt she could be popular
Liz — the beautiful model who didn't want to be a lesbian
Lonnie — who hated men, but couldn't even find satisfaction abusing them
Phyllis — whose terrible secret drove her to the beds of any and every man
Six Women — all with one common bond: an unsatisble desire, that knew no bounds, for sexual release. And the sad knowledge that they would never achieve it.
A Revealing Study of Women in Torment.
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