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Two Nymphs Named Melissa (A Signet book)

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220 pages
Published September 1979 by New American Library (first published 1979)
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Lenny Nero
Aug 24, 2012 Lenny Nero rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotica
A deliciously naughty novel of beastly appetites and voluptuous loving.

Bill Benton, writer and gash hound extraordinaire, is dispatched by Lady Cloris to find the missing Countess of Liechtenstein, who has been kidnapped in Italy. Along the way, he takes some time to slip a length to not one, but two women named Melissa.

This is the 9th book in Colleton/Mark's series about the sexual adventures of Bill and his two main partner's, Cloris and Amy, although Amy doesn't appear in this one. Like one o
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John Colleton was a nom de porn for Robert W. Marks, a writer, editor, and polymath who didn't start writing smut until he was in his 60's

NYT Obit

His erotica bibliography consists of 14 interrelated novels that were published in the late 70's and early 80's. Below are the titles in chronological order.

The Trembling of a Leaf (1971)
The Enjoyment of Amy (1973)
The Pleasures of Cloris (1974)
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