The stars must have been in alignment that day. A minor blogging frenzy was kicked off in June when Bill Clinton, while being interviewed about his new book on CNN, happened to be seated in front of a shelved copy of Sextrology
—a sizzling zodiac guide by Stella Starsky and Quinn Cox, the pen names of an astrologer couple from New York City's West Village. (One blogger joked that the interview must have been held in Clinton's office.) It was a key moment in the charmed life of this amusing study of the sexual character of zodiac signs.
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