The Jewish Chronicle - - Arts & Books -

JEWISH BOOKS are cur­rently al­most as rare as kosher ba­con in the best­seller charts. An ever-in­trigu­ing ex­cep­tion is The In­ti­mate Ad­ven­tures of a Lon­don Call Girl, by “Belle de Jour”, stand­ing high in the pa­per­back charts. The mys­te­ri­ous, anony­mous au­thor told the JC last year that she is an en­thu­si­as­tic shul-goer and had one Jewish client who paid to throw pil­lows at her.

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