When this book first appeared in 1967, public interest in glamour photographer and magazine publisher George Harrison Marks was arguably at an all-time high. Just who was this man with the beatnik beard, the thick frame glasses, and the seemingly dream job of photographing beautiful women in a state of undress?
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About the Book
George Harrison Marks appreciates woman like other men appreciate porcelain, paintings, cigarette cards or trading stamps.
He confesses, “I am Lucky, they are my work as well as my hobby…and I love every moment I spend at both.” Through women, naked women, he has become rich and famous — even notorious. One question he has often been asked: “Be frank, Mr Marks, do you sleep with your models?” This book tells frankly the whole truth of his relationships with his models and many other beautiful women.
The author Franklyn Wood, formerly an Art Editor at The Times, was the first editor in Fleet Street to run a diary (in The Daily Sketch) under his own name. He wrote numerous features in The Sunday Times, News of the World and other popular Sunday newspapers on a variety of subjects, ranging from shock, horror and scandal exposés to business news.
Author: Franklyn Wood
Foreword: Gavin Whitaker
Publication Year: 2017
About the Author Franklyn Wood
Journalist and author Franklyn Wood (1925 – 1991) was a former Art Editor of The Times and was the first editor in Fleet Street to run a diary (in The Daily Sketch) under his own name. He wrote numerous features in The Sunday Times, News of the World and other popular Sunday newspapers, women’s magazines and continental journals on a variety of subjects ranging from shock, horror and scandal exposés, to business news.
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