A Spy In The Family

A Spy In The Family Alec Waugh describes his novel as an erotic comedy It is the story of a respectable Treasury official Victor Trail and his wife Myra whose marriage has lost its flavour owing to Victor s clock wor

  • Title: A Spy In The Family
  • Author: Alec Waugh
  • ISBN: 9780491001052
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alec Waugh describes his novel as an erotic comedy It is the story of a respectable Treasury official, Victor Trail, and his wife Myra, whose marriage has lost its flavour, owing to Victor s clock work schedule and Myra s bland acceptance of it The unexpected revelation that Victor has suspiciously altered his routine rouses Myra out of her complacency, and her jealousyAlec Waugh describes his novel as an erotic comedy It is the story of a respectable Treasury official, Victor Trail, and his wife Myra, whose marriage has lost its flavour, owing to Victor s clock work schedule and Myra s bland acceptance of it The unexpected revelation that Victor has suspiciously altered his routine rouses Myra out of her complacency, and her jealousy rapidly changes the shape of their lives It leads her into a series of quite extraordinary adventures and demimonde activities which are altogether astonishing in a respectable married woman.Her discomfiture is made all the excruciating by her new found intimacy with Victor, who apparently knows nothing about her illegal actions and amazing amatory diversions or does he The reader of this novel of sex and international intrigue is in for a number of surprises The only unsurprising thing about it is that it is a marvellous piece of entertainment by a past master of the art.
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    683 Comment

    • Mjl says:

      A surprising readarts off in typical upper class suburban family life style in 1960s London, very prim, very proper, very conservative. But not so! Things soon spice up sexually, criminally and finally profesionally. I have read much cruder and more graphic material (anything Jasmine Haynes has written for instance) but somehow the naivete and innocence of the backdrop and the open curiosity of the intimate discussions makes it very much more shocking. Not emotionally engaging but fascinating as [...]

    • Esther says:

      Soft porn from the 1960 with not much else to offer except an obsession with public school boys. The only real plot appears in the last 15 pages and it is rather contrived. Interesting to note the restrictions placed on foreign travel in 1960s

    • Peter Waller says:

      A more unlikely or stupid plot it would be difficult to find. I won't be reading anymore books by this geezer! He's lucky to get two stars; I must be in a good mood! Probably because I've managed to finish the book.

    • Edmond Stevens says:

      A wonderful, intimate thriller

    • DoctorM says:

      A comic s/m lesbian spy novel with '60s-hip styling. Fun, sexy, and worth finding.

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