A NovelBook - 2004
A love story, The Inner Circle is narrated by John Milk, a virginal young man who in 1940 accepts a job as an assistant to Dr. Alfred Kinsey, an extraordinarily charming professor of zoology at Indiana University who has just discovered his lifes true calling: sex. As a member of Kinseys inner circle of researchers, Milk (and his beautiful new wife) is called on to participate in sexual experiments that become increasingly uninhibitedand problematic for his marriage. For in his later years Kinsey (who behind closed doors is a sexual enthusiast of the first order) ever more recklessly pushed the boundaries both personally and professionally.
While Boyle doesnt resist making the most of this delicious material, The Inner Circle is at heart a very moving and very loving look at sex, marriage, and jealousy that will have readers everywhere reassessing their own relationshipsbecause, in the end, love is all there is.
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