Naked Beach "a novel of savage and scorching sensuality. Restless, desirable and hungry for love, the four young Americans had come to Vela Stiniva on the Dalmatian coast in Croatia looking for excitement and sensation. Deep down each one sought some new experience to satisfy a hidden craving . Then they found the Naked Beach, and when they shed their clothes, all their fears and inhibitions went too. Suddenly the golden sand became a naked beach of exquisite ecstasy and wild desire where nothing was forbidden and everything permitted..." Alongside these sexual undercurrents, Ehrlich's descriptions and rational discussions of naturism and attitudes to it are topical with naturists. Ehrlich through his story has crafted a worthwhile and interesting account of post-hippy-era naturism and its impact on it's quartet of prosperous professionals newcomers and their naked and sexual and non-sexual interactions together and with the bronzed German FKK nudists. It's easy to see how naturists fall into swinging...
Used availability for Max Ehrlich's Naked Beach
August 1981 : UK Paperback
May 1979 : USA Paperback