Tropic of Paradise is honest, sensitive, how-to, sexual truth, like it was in Tahiti in 1962, and always should be, everywhere. Eloquently written, the story builds with the suspense of real life as it titillates, entertains, educates and enthralls. Women will love Tropic of Paradise for its great story, for the fascinating world it describes, and because reading Tropic of Paradise will be like having a young lover all their own. Few men will want to miss this sexually explicit tale about learning life from an experienced innocent in paradise, a story like Adam and Eve but without the snake. An intimate, private South Pacific, with a mildly tongue in cheek echo of Henry Miller, Tropic of Paradise brings readers to an amorous life worth keeping forever. Have you ever wanted to vist a tropical paradise? Or dreamed of a vacation in Tahiti? Or maybe you've been there and long to go back? Don't miss Tropic of Paradise! It will take you there.... Early Praise for Tropic of Paradise: "Brilliantly researched, eloquently written, Tropic of Paradise titillates, entertains, and delivers the goods." -Nik Douglas, author of Sexual Secrets "This is about learning life from an experienced innocent in paradise, a story like Adam and Eve but without the snake." -Dr. Debora Phillips, author of Sexual Confidence "If Holden Caulfield had gone with Bill Flynn to the Tropic of Paradise, he would have had a much richer life." -Richard Stratton, author of Smack Goddess, Slam, and Altered States of Amer "In his nearly lost youth, Brian Kelly found on Tahiti a people and tradition still unspoiled. Is it any wonder he remembers it so vividly? -Stewart Meyer, author of The Lotus Crew "If Henry Miller had gone to Tahiti instead of Paris he would have written Tropic of Paradise instead of Tropic of Cancer. But he didn't so Brian Kelly had to." -Richard Lourie, author of Sakharov and The Autobiography of Joseph Stalin Brian B. Kelly became the first person in Harvard's long history to complete the requirements for a BA in English while still a sophomore. After meeting requirements for a second major, he graduated from Harvard with honors in 1967. Tropic of Paradise is his first book. Currently he is working on Commie Spy! The Life and Times of a Soviet Patriot From Brooklyn, a novel based on the life of his friend Joel Barr, the close friend of Julius Rosenberg. He now divides his time between Moscow and New York City.