Nigel Williams adopts the epistolary form to tell his raucous tale of four late-middle-age Putney couples, their former exploits and their various current sexual intrigues.
Using letters to communicate in this day and age is something of a stretch, to say the least, and the author is forced to go to agonising lengths to justify his chosen narrative technique. Most of the correspondents' 'voices' sounded the same, the plot-lines were ludicrous and guffaws came there none.
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