» » Silk Lady
eBook Silk Lady download
Fiction
Author: Gwen Davis
ISBN: 0446344850
Pages 406 pages
Publisher Grand Central Pub; 1st Printing edition (July 1, 1987)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 652
ePUB size: 1386 kb
FB2 size: 1810 kb
DJVU size: 1853 kb
Other formats: lrf docx lit azw

eBook Silk Lady download

by Gwen Davis


FREE shipping on qualifying offers

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The apparent double suicide of millionaire newspaper owner Fred Masters and the beautiful and mysterious Miranda Jay sparks an investigation into the sordid side of the jet-set.

Her fun and unique tale takes you into all kind of places where colorful characters are as strong as the narrative. She is the best at mixing trash with literature. SILK LADY is much more than fluff; it is a thinking man/woman novel (and let's not forget a very satirical one) that dissects life, death and the S&M in all of us. Yes, the novel reeks of sex, but underneath the scent lies a heck of a unique point of view. Obvioulsy if you want someone to defecate on your brain pan than you have found the awful writer to do it.

Gwen Davis’ SILK LADY (1986, Warner Books) isn’t your typical trashy read.

New York, NY : Warner Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

Gwen Davis (born May 11, 1936) is an American novelist, playwright, screenwriter, songwriter, journalist and poet. Davis has written eighteen novels, including the sexy bestseller The Pretenders.

Protagonist Miranda Jay is one unlucky lady. Used, abused (physically and emotionally), she heads off into the right circles where money is the key and sex is the price (yes, I made that up all by myself). She hooks up with various successful men, one of whom's having close ties with the White House.

By (author) Gwen Davis. Imprint Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group). Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.

Manufacturer: Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group) Release date: 1 July 1987 ISBN-10 : 0553173790 ISBN-13: 9780553173796. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

He's wearing nothing but silk pajama bottoms and mega doses of sex appeal.

I'm sitting in a French safe house, eating caviar and drinking champagne with a handsome government agent, Niko Reynard. He's wearing nothing but silk pajama bottoms and mega doses of sex appeal. I'm in big trouble, little sister. He's kissed me several times and given me a foot massage that nearly caused spontaneous combustion.

Silk Lady by Gwen Davis. 30,000+ book summaries. Cutting back and forth between the story of Miranda’s life and the investigation of her death, Gwen Davis keeps her readers guessing until the final chapters when the two stories converge in a shocking denouement. Much of the fun of this novel lies in the resemblance between its characters and situations and events in the newspaper headlines.

The apparent double suicide of millionaire newspaper owner Fred Masters and the beautiful and mysterious Miranda Jay sparks an investigation into the sordid side of the jet-set
Leyl
Protagonist Miranda Jay is one unlucky lady. Used, abused (physically and emotionally), she heads off into the right circles where money is the key and sex is the price (yes, I made that up all by myself). She hooks up with various successful men, one of whom's having close ties with the White House. When a big scandal is just around the corner, many key players end up on the chopping block (the demise kind), including this silk lady whose life story is entirely told in flashbacks. Prolific Gwen Davis is one smart cookie. Her fun and unique tale takes you into all kind of places where colorful characters are as strong as the narrative. She is the best at mixing trash with literature. SILK LADY is much more than fluff; it is a thinking man/woman novel (and let's not forget a very satirical one) that dissects life, death and the S&M in all of us. Yes, the novel reeks of sex, but underneath the scent lies a heck of a unique point of view. Grab yourself a copy--if you're ready to venture out into different fictional areas, that is.-----Martin Boucher
Modar
It's amazing that the author of this book has the gall to suggest anyone would benefit one iota from reading this tripe. Obvioulsy if you want someone to defecate on your brain pan than you have found the awful writer to do it. This is second rate work from a third rate author. Use this book to kindle a fire, or to wipe yourself when there is nothing else availible. Why anyone would publish trash like this just shows the mediocrity of the culture we live in. Obviously this woman reads Jackie Collins and jacqueline Susan and thinks if they are going to be making money writing this trash, she should as well. This "book" is worst than television. A snuff movie for the intellect. Try something else, anything else please. Do not be fooled by the insane writings of the author.