The Stud by Jackie Collins
New York : The World Publishing Company, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. 218 pages ; 21 cm. A very good copy with original $5.95 dust jacket, has no markings on pages and binding is firm.
THE STUD BY JACKIE COLLINS
I pushed her onto the bed and she stared up at me with amused black cat's eyes as I got undressed. I pinned her shoulders to the bed. I started to kiss her, and we started to swing! -THE STUD
The Stud is a novel about ambitious, fast-living people among the swinging "in crowd" of London's discotheque scene. People like Tony Burg who is too good-looking to remain a waiter in a discotheque for very long. He is noticed by a restless former model who has married a middle-aged tycoon. Fontaine Damon sets Tony up as manager of a discotheque called "The New Scene," but Tony soon tires of being the leading man in acting out Fontaine's kinky sexual fantasies. He falls genuinely in love with Fontaine's husband's daughter only to find that he is being used again. Momentarily stunned, he follows Fontaine to New York and mingles with the trans-Atlantic set until their boredom and his boorishness send him back to a number of surprise endings in London.
This is a novel that is direct, strong, and authentic. It pulls no punches in depicting the often-harrowing events in the lives of people who are regarded with envy and admiration by an unknowing public.
Jackie Collins, sister of the film-star Joan Collins, is the author of The World Is Full of Married Men.
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