A Night in a Moorish Harem by Anonymous
Banned in the U.S. for 75 years! Formula for burning hot sensual encounters: One shipwrecked Naval officer and nine lonely sex-starved concubines who have been left languishing in a harem for months while their master dallies elsewhere. This long-banned classic of Victorian Erotica, first published in the late Nineteenth Century, is a masterpiece written with "fluidity of style." (Michael Perkins) Its fortunate protagonist, Lord George Herbert, undertakes to satisfy the desires of all nine concubines by himself, and "his sexual prowess is ... marvelous." Adding spice to the plot, each of the concubines recounts her previous sexual experiences! As the book's original publisher put it, "Our splendid hero puts the whole female squad through their drill. A Night in a Moorish Harem is must read for any connoisseur of erotic fiction!