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Publishers Weekly - Library Journal
Writer-model-actress Mallory provides a titillating account of her not-so-secret life with late, legendary author Norman Mailer, beginning in 1983 when the Hollywood starlet met Mailer at literary hotspot Elaine's. It was hardly love at first sight: their first time, Mallory thinks of Humpty Dumpty, while Mailer coos lines like "Take off your panties. I want to experience your soul." Mallory and Mailer maintained a long, tempestuous relationship-he called her "each week...for nine years"-that revolved around sex and writing. Mailer was a strict mentor, but Mallory benefited from his association, publishing extensively during their time together. Mallory harbored the notion that she might become Mailor's seventh wife, "because of the way Norman made love to me," but ultimately concluded that Mailer would not leave his sixth wife because "she knew things about Norman that he did not want revealed," including his possible bisexuality. Unfortunately, Mallory's whining and armchair psychoanalysis quickly wears through reader goodwill; by the time Mailer leaves Mallory in September 1991, it's impossible to work up any sympathy, though Mailer fans won't be surprised by the literary legend's personal shortcomings.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607477150
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/6/2010
  • Pages: 203
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Carole Mallory is an actress, model and writer. Her film credits include The Stepford Wives and Looking for Mr Goodbar. As one of the original supermodels, she appeared on the covers of many magazines including Vogue, Cosmopolitan, New York MagazineNewsweek, G.Q. and Esquire. In addition to her novel, Flash, Mallory has written journalistic pieces on figures such as Kurt Vonnegut, Erica Jong, Warren Beatty and Gore Vidal for publications such as Elle, LA Magazine, Esquire, Penthouse and Playboy

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  • Posted April 11, 2010

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    More Than a Mouthful...

    Norman, Norman, Norman. If only you could taste the sweet and ripe fruit that blossomed with this tale. How dare you trifle her writing back in the day? If this book were a meal, I'd say I am fully satisfied--all the way through dessert.

    Sure, all the ingredients are in the mix--humor, sex, famous encounters, awkward moments and certainly conflict. Like a great chef though--it requires skill to put it all together in a form fit to serve on the "good" plates. Oh hell, for that matter, this could be slapped on a paper napkin and lose no luster.

    The story grabbed me from the onset. Carole Mallory gets right to the meat. No elaborate staging or explanation--just a pure and direct look at a fascinating situation told in a most intriguing way--set in a period of history that seems as oxymoronic as her devotion to this complicated man/icon. Her skilled prose makes you that coveted fly on the wall.

    While I mostly avoid "tell alls" or celebrity gossip reading, this is far removed from that genre--but who would know? Yes, there is explicit and raw detail which could put a few well-positioned men in hiding for awhile. That is only the dessert though. Throughout is a back-story of pain, masked with the cover of humor. At the end of the road though, we find bittersweet triumph fused with a down-to-earth class which (unintentionally, I'm sure, ha ha ha) puts Mr. Mailer in his rightful place. And so it goes...

    Like that aforementioned great meal, though I have finished, I am wanting for more.

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