Part of a month-long celebration of artist Paul Rader’s work.
The Craving, by “Dallas Mayo,” aka Gil Fox (Midwood, 1962). This 158-page novel’s not-very-subtle plot description reads thusly: “Regina Chadwick was a voluptuary, a woman who reveled in every pleasure of the flesh. No one man could satisfy her, including her husband. So Regina went in search of her kind of sex—the wild kind. This is the story of how Regina filled her bottomless cup of sensual craving. She tried everything once, and what she liked she did again and again.”