London : Harper, 2009
257 p. ; 20 cm ISBN/ISSN:
9780006514657 (pbk.), 0006514650 (pbk.), 9780007318810 (pbk.), 0007318812 (pbk.), 9780006514657, Language:
Originally published: as Mrs Hartley and the growth centre. London: Penguin, 1992
Alice Hartley can no longer arouse the interest of her pompous husband, the adulterous professor. Despite her efforts, she still leaves him cold. Just as she is compelled to face this chilling truth, she meets Michael, a young student with an excessive libido. In Michael, Alice discovers an endless supply of all she has sought: revenge, sex and a large house suitable for conversion. Soon the house is thigh deep with women joyfully casting off the shackles of their oppression. Sadly, some narrow-minded neighbours and numerous forces of the law seem completely impervious to all those healing vibrations
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