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This is a sexy and exciting take of what happens behind closed doors. Each couple has their own drama and I love getting into everyone’s heads. Well written and a fast read. I dare you to put it down. Curl up and crawl into the sexuality of these interesting people and see how closely related sex and power can be. The twists and turns will keep you engaged and turning those pages quickly. Enjoy!! -Amazon Review
It’s 1972, and four couples in a wealthy American suburb are having drinks at their exclusive country club. After several rounds, one member of the group suggests that they should have a key party. The logistics are: Each woman places her keys in a bowl, and each man will pick a set of keys. The holder and owner of the keys are then matched up to conclude the real purpose of the evening. Not wanting to be viewed as out of step with the times, they all agree that they are adults, and it’s just one night. It won’t mean anything, right?
This simple idea quickly snowballs into a complicated chain of events full of manipulation, twists and turns. The “meaningless” key party reveals deep, hidden secrets. Nothing is as it seems. Everything is at stake.
In Someone Else’s Pocket gives you a front row view of friends, neighbors, and business associates behaving badly, as they use their money, power and influence to spin a tangled web of love, lust, lies and deceit.
About the Author
Richard A. Capogrosso is the author of the novels: The Blue Zone, a crime story set to the beat of the blues, In Someone Else’s Pocket, a tale of suburban adults behaving badly set in the summer of 1972, and Save Me From Tomorrow, a story of Generation X abroad. He is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and PACE University School of Law.