Spence, famous for his victory in the Karen Silkwood case, offers here his view of the legal maneuverings in the 1981 suit of his client Kim Pring, a former Miss Wyoming, against Penthouse for libel. Because of the nature of the case, the subject of Pring's chastity overshadowed the libel question. Spence's involvement with this issue is more emotional than intellectual. He is neither the first nor the most eloquent observer of sexual inequities in our system of justice. Still, a review of the problem has value, especially in the context of this trial. Spence also discusses corporate manipulation of the legal system. His tone is overly pious, however, and valid points are overwhelmed by prose that would seem more appropriate in a TV movie script. Primarily for larger public libraries. Susan E. Parker, Tufts Univ. Lib., Medford, Mass.