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Xaviera’s Supersex is a book not only for liberated swingers but for the curious amateur who wonders what adventures he or she may be missing.
The author’s own adventure began when she resigned from the Dutch Consulate in New York to become a call girl earning the equivalent today of $7,000 a night. A year later she opened her own Happy House and became the city’s most notorious madam, earning the soubriquet, the Happy Hooker.
Her first book, The Happy Hooker sold 15 million copies. Now, with humour and the meticulous skills of the practised surgeon, Xaviera takes us on a tour of the body's erogenous zones (male and female) and reveals her personal catalogue of tricks to excite them.
The Happy Hooker proves the old adage that 'Practice makes perfect, and I put my all into this luscious, ultra-erotic guide to the art of lovemaking.' May 2014
About the author
Xaviera Hollander was born Xaviera de Vries in Soerabaja, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), to a Dutch Jewish father (a psychiatrist) and a French-German mother. She spent the first two years of her life in a Japanese internment camp, but later received a fine European education. ‘Between my parents and myself, we speak a total of twelve languages — I personally speak five fluently.’
In every era, there is a handful of individuals who change the way we think or act. Xaviera Hollander was one of the leading spirits who brought sex out of the closet. 'Thinking about it now, she may even have been my entire sex education,’ wrote Deborah Ross in the Independent in December 2012.