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Aspen
Aspen
Author: Burt Hirschfeld
ISBN-13: 9780553024913
ISBN-10: 0553024914
Publication Date: 1976
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The wild place. Aspen. One of the great resorts of the world. A magnet for pleasure seekers of all ages...

Kit Pepe: Many men lusted for her. Two battled for her love - a father and son.

Carl Osborne: Came to buy a chunk of paradise and stayed for a hell of sensual indulgence.

Alex Budde: He fed the cheap thrills and expensive habits of the sinful.

Tom Keating: The peaceful man armed for bloody war with the land-grabbers.

Joan Carolinian: Her body was a sex machine; her head was a calculator.

Jon Osborne: Tennis pro, sex hustler, lost boy. A drug-runner running for his life...
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Note: this book was a NBC-TV movie. ASPEN - The wild place made savage by the seekers of sex, power and money. The fabulous mountain resort of the wealthy jet set, a place of breathtaking beauty where the pleasure seekers of the world flocked like bees to honey and found everything they dreamed of. In that wild and seductive place, men and women came together for every kind of enjoyment. A story as sensual and as jet propelled as the people it describes. Hirschfeld also did books for the TV Series "Dallas", "General Hospital", "Bonnie and Clyde", "Kellys Heroes". He also did non-fiction works on Israel, The Boxer Rebellion, Hiroshima, The Alamo, etc.