Stuart Friedman, Monarch 437, Softcover, 1964. Cover painting by Victor Olson.

Back cover blurb:
Outwardly, Louise Stark was a lush creature. Underneath she was the complete Puritan, needing to feel pity before she gave herself, so that she could go all-out in a campaign of self-sacrafice. That's how she got her kicks - the sex was incidental.

In that sense her husband, Cliff, was the ideal mate for her. He found it easy to accept any sacrifice Louise was willing to offer, without giving anything in return.


Until another woman - a demanding one - came into the picture and Louise ran away before she succumbed to a final degredation: acceptance of her husband's mistress.

Now Louise was out to prove that she could live it up like any other aggrieved woman, taking men - and woman - as they came, and demanding sacrifices instead of making them.

Authors Profile: "A Midwesterner by birth, Stuart Friedman has had an outstanding career in the field of advertising and fiction writing. His first writing efforts were devoted to the publication of a definitive history of the State of Indiana. After that, he shifted to free-lance fiction and has, to date, written fifteen novels.

Condition: Good. Off white pages, booksellers stamp on inside front cover and two sticker marks/tear on front cover.

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