ALL THINGS HUMAN by Stuart Benton

ALL THINGS HUMAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

No pictures, but otherwise some protracted pornography which follows the fall of an adam called Stuart Kent, a banker too, who finds himself unequal- physically or emotionally- to his marriage to Helen. With a booster shot of hormones, Kent takes up with his secretary who is later found murdered, and in the trial that follows, Kent is framed and hung with a jail sentence. Deserted by his wife and daughter, Kent's months in jail involve him in some experiences with a young man, and on his release, he is housed in the love palace of a wealthy woman whose erotic practices are finally just too much for him. Returning to the world at large, he finds a new mistress, a solution to the murder, and eventually seeks a grateful release in death.... It wont even leave you breathless- just speechless.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1949
Publisher: Sheridan House