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The innocence has gone, Daddy

Launay, Andre

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ISBN 10: 0304293857 / ISBN 13: 9780304293858
Editorial: Cassell, 1974
Condición: Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
Librería: Hurlingham Books (London, Reino Unido)

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Título: The innocence has gone, Daddy

Editorial: Cassell

Año de publicación: 1974

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Good

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Set in the Nerja of the early '70s, Jey Maudran, forty five, a pioneer property developer on the Eastern Costa del Sol, is more interested in enjoyment than making money. Attractive and spoilt by women who cared more for him than he did for them, his latest mistress has released him from a gradually stagnating relationship and he anticipates a peaceful spell of bachelorhood with no emotional demands, a longed for single existence in his luxury villa. But 18 year old Julie appears - who is so much like him, who reminds him so uncannily of a long ago affair, whose uninhibited love making and blatant sexuality drive him to urgent desire and possessive jealousy.

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In the 1960's I lived in a remote mountain village in Southern Spain. I was one of the first to buy an old ruin in the high street and refurbish it. Remoteness meant a distinct lack of new blood for courting opportunities, some therefore made use of who was available irrespective of blood lines. It was this never talked about taboo that inspired me to this book. Needless to say, modern roads and motor cars have delivered a much wider range of opportunities for the village folk.

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