Venus in India by Charles Devereaux

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Venus in India purports to be the autobiography of the randy Captain Devereux, who details his sensual adventures with the wives and daughters of his fellow soldiers in colonial India. Venus in India was first published in 1889 and will surprise and excite readers with its explicit descriptions of erotic dalliances and ménages à trois.


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‘Venus in India’ is also known as ‘Love Adventures in Hindustan’ and was originally published in Amsterdam, in 1889. Captain Charles Devereux is a pseudonym, and is thought most likely to be that of Major Crommelin Henry Ricketts, who retired from the 5th cavalry (Madras Staff) in 1871 after 21 years’ service.
Published April 8, 2010 by Harper Perennial. 304 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, History, Action & Adventure, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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