Graham Masterton: Sex and the crime writer

Masterton has covered an eclectic range of genres from horror to sex manuals; now it's the competitive world of Irish dancing

19th February, 2017
Graham Masterton: the writer’s focus is now on crime writing Pic: Fergal Phillips

Sitting comfortably in a Dublin hotel lounge, Graham Masterton is quite unlike what you might expect from a once prolific writer of sex manuals. The British author – a mild-mannered, gentlemanly chap who considers himself a devotee of women’s lib – has published over two dozen such guides, including one, How To Drive Your Man Wild in Bed, which is still listed on Ireland’s Register of Prohibited Publications.

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