CALL ME BRICK by Munroe Howard

CALL ME BRICK

KIRKUS REVIEW

Tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk and asterisk. The redhead on the jacket isn't as red-faced as the reader will be as he follows the exploits of Britannia ""Brick"" MacLean, the newest nymphet to go the Fanny Hill route. From the shores of Camp Winnepesaukee, an accommodating girl's camp where she learns to ""pussy-pet,"" to her first regular romp at the Bar Nothing ranch with Red Feather, an Indian who does it Cheyenne style, to the psycho-sexual dynamics taught by Dr. Freund to the glorious equipment of beatnik Benjy to the whip and chain gangs of London whoredom to a final mating with her handsome guardian, it's the usual variations on the oldest theme. Occasionally funny, mostly boring bed-lam but we can think of 69 different reasons why it will sell.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1967
Publisher: Grove