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Nekkid Came the Swimmer by Lorelei Leigh…

Nekkid Came the Swimmer

by Lorelei Leigh Lakewurst

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Recently widowed Lorelei Leigh Lakewurst recounts a year spent at her aunt's home on a nondescript cove at Smith Mountain Lake where she encounters various lake characters (an evil homeowners' association president, a rogue wildlife protector, a strange handyman, an unusual book club, etc.) and swims naked everyday. Alas, Lorelei Leigh Lakewurst isn't real and her adventures and encounters bear no resemblance to anything that's ever happened on Smith Mountain Lake. She is but a figment of the combined imaginations of eleven Lake Writers who set out to write the worst (and most improbable) book about Smith Mountain Lake ever. The book has no redeeming literary qualities whatsoever, except as an example of how NOT to write a novel. Consider yourself warned: DON'T BUY THIS BOOK! However, if you do buy the book, 100% of the profits from its sale will go to the Smith Mountain Arts Council scholarship fund for students in the Smith Mountain Lake area of Virginia.

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