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In Flint's debut crime novel, Ruth, a single working-class mother in 1960s Queens wakes up one morning to the horrifying discovery that her children have gone missing.When the deceased bodies of Cindy and Frankie are found that same day, Ruth is the prime suspect, but a young reporter is convinced there's more to the story.From erotica to technique, communication to anatomy, this book has it all.
Published by Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Incorporated. This book ushers readers into understanding and embracing the beauty of tantric sex, while providing space for the reader to explore at their own pace. Permission to publish granted by Denise Onofrey, MA, LMFTC, therapist in Englewood, Colorado The preceding article was solely written by the author named above.Gay's characters may grapple with familiar themes—including daddy issues, weight issues, jealousy, financial insecurity and sexual assault—but Gay's signature dry wit and piercing psychological depth make every story mesmerisingly unusual and simply unforgettable.Each of the sixteen stories in Miller's glorious second collection is narrated by a unique female character grappling with the difficulties and disappointments of love and friendship, amidst added concerns such as body image troubles, having children and alcohol abuse.From desire, to pain, to an elusive orgasm, this book can support you with a solution-focused approach for long term learning and development.The Good Vibrations Guide to Sex: the Most Complete Sex Manual Ever Written (2002) by Cathy Winks and Anne Semans, Illustrations by Phoebe Gloeckner. I can’t say enough about this book; it’s straightforward yet casual, informative yet fun to read.