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Nick and Connie are a middle class couple living in suburban Baltimore in the 1970s who, after ten years of marriage, decide that exploring the currently popular swinging lifestyle might be a good idea. Their odyssey from boring fidelity to nervous promiscuity includes triumphs and disasters and everything in between as they seek the holy grail of sexual satisfaction with a disparate array of friends and strangers. It is a story about relationships and desires, sex and friendship, marriage and impossible dreams that ranges from the comic to the tragic. With his own memories of that permissive decade as a background, David Kaye's novel follows one couple's search for answers to questions that neither of them entirely understands with, hopefully, a bit of fun along the way.
|Publisher:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
David Kaye was born in Baltimore in 1948. He first started to write short stories in elementary school and progressed to writing the scripts for his high school's Christmas plays and annual spring musicals. Having been bitten by the theatre bug, he went on to work in several regional repertory theatres as an assistant stage manager, a sometime actor, and the author of workshop productions. Later on, he wrote film and music reviews for the Chesapeake Weekly Review. Since moving to the UK in 1984, he has written plays for BBC Radio, revue skits, and occasional magazine articles. Some of his poems were translated for publication in a Russian poetry magazine. He now lives near London with his English wife Diane and their eccentric cat Willow.