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Publisher's Summary

Gay? Bisexual? Straight? Jimmy Carlton, in his time, is all those things. A household name, Jimmy has a past his fans know nothing about and Winging It shows us his life with total honesty - the men and women he meets in Hollywood: the (male) producer who trades a movie contract for a night with Jimmy; the virginal goddess film star who insiders know to be a nymphomaniac; the all-action male who always gets the girl in the last reel but with whom Jimmy has a passionate gay relationship. And then, God comes looking for him.
Note: This is an explicit book about what men do in bed with other men, as well as about what they do with women.
©2014 K C Carlton (P)2015 K C Carlton
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4 out of 5 stars
By Chocalicious on 11-25-15

Fascinating listen

This book, a very graphic account of James (Jimmy) Carlton, weaves a story of a bisexual man — beginning with his life in the ‘50’s in England, and we learn about his struggles with his sexuality. In addition to learning about his numerous trysts, we get a glimpse of the metamorphosis in societal views.

Later in his life, Jimmy gets a second chance at life after nearly dying, and he starts on a new life, and he ends up a lay brother in a California monastery.

Who would have thung, right? ☺

A fascinating read, no doubt!! Highly recommended!!

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