The Mysterious World of Men and Women Looking, Al Sundel
Al Sundel

The Mysterious World of Men and Women Looking

A cinematic tale set in a top-5 beach-house singles’ colony in the U S, 28+, where everybody is on the make in a shopping mall for new partners. Many are divorced with children. The swimsuit designers have made the women look like Michelangelo sculptures in their bikinis while the men are more into psychosexual ambivalences, uncertainties and anxieties. Much fun with wit in their rapid dialogues and thinking. Past relationships remain a bit of a mystery up most sleeves, yet remain in play emotionally. This may be the most realistic psychological singles’ novel yet written.
205 printed pages
Original publication



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