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That Mad Ache & Translator, Trader by Françoise Sagan
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Feb 01, 2012

really liked it

This is a story of a young French woman who lives with her 50 year old benefactor. She drifts through a high society, pressure- less life until she meets a young man that is also a rather kept man in the same social circle. This book is quite sensuous and follows their affair and the decisions that she makes.

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