Diane Game Paperback – Jan 1984
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About the Author
Stanley Cohen was professor of criminology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He also taught in the departments of sociology at the University of Essex and the University of California, Santa Barbara. He wrote written widely in the fields of crime, deviance, and social control. His books include Folks Devils and Moral Panics, Psychological Survival, Social Control and the State, and Visions of Social Control. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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I don't want to give away too much of the plot, but from the "Day Books" paperback front cover is the following quote: "Ann and Diane, though twins, couldn't have been more different when it came to sex." The book deals with boredom; a conscious, desperate move to change one's life brought about by the sudden, unexpected loss of a love one; industrial spying in the computer industry in the early 1970's; a pink Englishman; the Mafia; a genius inventor/businessman; ivory; and the promised delivery of an elephant. Not quite as good as I remembered, but still a good read!