Surrey: Gadoline Limited, 1971. Paperback, 162pp (unpaginated), richly illustrated with 134 black and white photographs of young women in flirtatious and immodest poses. Green and red wraps with colour photo illustration on the front cover.
Two vertical creases in the spine, otherwise fine. Item #860
The back cover promises "a wild experience" of "mature reading" and claims it is "one of the most provocative books to come out of the GOLD STAR stable". Clearly aimed at the heterosexual male market with little expectation that the essay explaining female provocative behavior will be read. However more bookish blokes will discover all the "tricks" and "games" that women apparently employ to signal desire whilst appearing modest. A celebration of the unbuttoned blouse.