The Nation: Liz Ray's Little Black Book

Although it is a dreadful piece of soft porn—so repetitive in its acts that it makes sex boring—Elizabeth Ray's autobiographical novel, which Dell Publishing Co. is rushing out next month, is certain to cause a great guessing game in Washington. She contends that the events and personalities in the paperback are real, but for obvious legal reasons she has changed the names.* So who are they? The latest manuscript includes:

Senator Sincere: Identified as a legendary legislator with aspirations to higher office, Senator Sincere encounters Liz on Capitol Hill, later phones her at home and invites her to his Washington apartment when...

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