Wrangling the Cock Ness Monster: House of Holes 

House of Holes: A Book of Raunch Nicholson Baker
(Simon & Schuster) Martin Amis, in The Pregnant Widow , writes that one of the unique characteristics of sexual intercourse is that it is "indescribable." Leave it to Nicholson Baker to try. House…

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