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on 15 July 2014
I didn't know what I was exciting from this book but it made me laugh and being a fellow naturist some very interesting points.
Really enjoyed this book it was a very easy read and was hard to put down, looking forward to the next one.
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on 13 July 2013
It an OK book which starts well with shades of Carl Hiaassen or Jilly Cooper but with the denoument in Chapter 8 it goes downhill somewhat with laboured plot lines and an overload of characters..
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on 22 January 2014
Enjoyed this story with its different characters and their storylines. if you are a naturist it is a good book to read and enjoy
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on 25 October 2014
If only it were a true story .....
Struggling hotel teams up with displaced nudist swim and both gain from the encounter. Some nice humour and a plot with many kinks along the way keep the pages turning. Even if some of the plot, like finding a memory card dropped from a tree, requires a slight suspension of belief to keep the plot on track towards the end.
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on 7 April 2013
I really enjoyed the book. I hope that we meet Richard & Debra again in another story. Very interesting characters which kept me reading so finished the book in 2days! Hope to read the next one.
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on 7 July 2013
The author has succumbed to an urge to evangelize on behalf of the naturist movement at the expense of writing a decent novel. Characterisation is of the cardboard cut-out variety (naturist = decent, honest & likeable; textile = hypocritical, selfish & unpleasant).

I suspect the book is intended to be funny; but it didn't make me laugh either.
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on 16 December 2013
What a laughable book! One wonders where the Mr Black did his research? Was it at "Fawlty Towers"? The hoteliers have absolutely no business acumen - even "The Hotel Inspector" would have had difficulty not laughing at the plot line for this book. In short the story is that lack of business at their hotel turns the owners thoughts to using their Pool, Sauna and other facilities for health breaks. Dodgy masseurs from Eastern Europe carry on a dubious "service" for clients who pay little for the hotel's services. Soon the chance encounter with true naturists moves the story towards a center for local clubs. In this aspect the book takes on a little bit of realism! A "Change of Use" application to the local council brings out all the prejudices against naturism that we are so used to hearing in the media today. Corruption in politics comes to the fore with Councillors influencing their Officials in ways that would never be tolerated in any climate of recent decades. Both sides present their arguments until a denouement at a critical Planning Committee Meeting.
I leave the choice of reading this book to you.
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