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My Secret Life Volume 1 - cover

My Secret Life Volume 1

Author Anonymous

Publisher: Allure Publishing

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Summary

Subtitled the Secret Diary of a Victorian Gentleman, this book was banned for being sexually explicit and pornographic but following its publication has become known as an erotic masterpiece. No one really knows the identity of the pleasure seeking author or what in this diary is fact or fiction but as an example of Victorian erotic fiction it is a convincing and compelling document.

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