The Mrs. Robinson Syndrome: Older Women and Younger Men

The Mrs. Robinson Syndrome: Older Women and Younger Men

by Lawrence Block, John Warren Wells

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Nowadays they call them Cougars. John Warren Wells spotted the phenomenon early on, and presents revealing interviews with 11 women who fit the job description with a purr and a growl. Here are four of them:

MELANIE�One younger man was not enough. She could take on several teenage boys at a time�the more there were, the more she loved it...

HELEN & EILEEN�Husband-swapping and lesbianism sure beat canasta�but they just didn�t turn Helen and Eileen on. Their animal lusts finally drove them� to committing every sexual act imaginable with young, innocent hitchhikers ...

GERT�She was married, but it took more than her husband to quench her abnormal sexual thirst. She reached sensual heights she never dreamed possible with two men�yes, her husband and a fifteen-year-old boy�at the same time...

BEVERLY�She was a divorced woman with a teenage daughter. She liked her daughter�s boyfriends�not as a mother, but as a woman. What started out as casual flirting ended up as the sexual thrill of her life...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148736356
Publisher: Lawrence Block
Publication date: 08/20/2013
Series: John Warren Wells on Human Behavior , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 928,412
File size: 594 KB

About the Author

Lawrence Block has been writing award-winning mystery and suspense fiction for half a century. His most recent novels are HIT ME, featuring Keller, and A DROP OF THE HARD STUFF, featuring Matthew Scudder, who will be played by Liam Neeson in the forthcoming film, A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES. Several of his books have been filmed, although not terribly well. He's well known for his books for writers, including the classic TELLING LIES FOR FUN & PROFIT, and THE LIAR'S BIBLE. In addition to prose works, he has written episodic television (TILT!) and the Wong Kar-wai film, MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS. He is a modest and humble fellow, although you would never guess as much from this biographical note.

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