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The Love Machine by Susann Jacqueline

The Love Machine (edition 1969)

by Susann Jacqueline

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Title:The Love Machine
Authors:Susann Jacqueline
Info:Simon and Schuster (1969), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 5117 pages
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My all time favorite Susann novel. It has all the excitement, betrayal, drugs, sex and glitz you come to expect from Susann. And although the times have changed, this book is just as shocking and fun as it was when it first came into print in 1969. ( )
  kjharrison | May 12, 2007 |
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In a time when steak, vodka, and Benzedrine were the three main staples of a healthy diet, when high-powered executives called each other “baby” and movie stars wore wigs to bed, network tycoons had a name for the TV set: they called it “the love machine.” But to supermodel Amanda, socialite Judith, and journalist Maggie, “the love machine” meant something else: Robin Stone, “a TV-network titan around whom women flutter like so many moths. . . . The novel deals with his rise and fall as he makes the international sex scene (orgying in London, transvestiting in Hamburg), drinks unlimited quantities and checks out the latest Nielsens.”—Newsweek
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