Her husband was no longer interested in her… but she was a young, healthy woman who demanded attention
From the back:
What can a healthy woman do when her husband loses interest in her voluptuous charms? Linda Crandall first attempts to solve this age-old problem by trying to seduce, all over again, her reluctant spouse. But, desperate from his continued indifference, she becomes mired in the activities of the swinging set at Blue Mountain Lake.
First she joins the wild beach antics of young Todd Beardon and his two nymphet companions. Then, fascinated by artist Michael Flagg’s crudity, she visits his studio and learns his bluster is supported by a lusty nature. This starts a crazed search for varied kicks with. . . Blake, of the weird ideas. . . Nora Rankin in a nonconformist way. . . and finally as a tutor to young Todd.
The sun-drenched days and hot nights blend into one continuous cesspool where promiscuity becomes its own punishment and only moral reorganization becomes the true solution.
What Was The Major’s Breaking Point?
From the back:
From the moment Maier Philip Gray was transferred to the special linguistics company in Korea, he found himself in an increasingly untenable spot. The company was a collection of oddballs. Its commander was a psychotic screwball—a martinet with a nasty habit of spying on his men, their girl friends, and the bawdy house next door. The whole setup was ripe for a real explosion. THE PANIC BUTTON is a masterpiece of tension, done with sardonic realism and emotional suspense.