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May 20, 2010

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Wow. Dewey Decimal decadence!

I knew it!

I think many male bibliophiles have a weakness for Librarian Porn

Superb. I love the qualifying description of The Librarian's Naughty Habit not quite up to par with their previous publications but as racy as they were willing to go. AND I love the embroidered hankie. How to be saucy when stitching a sampler...

A brilliant post. I agree that bibliosex is seriously underestimated and am grateful for the new evidence. Dorothy Malone as the bespectacled rare-book expert in "The Big Sleep" is a sexy example in cinema noir.

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