is a secret.
In the dead of winter
in upstate New York
she opens a Cathouse,
a house of pleasure,
for women patrons,
staffed by the Men’s Crew Team of the nearby Ivy League university.
She gets away with it.
PRAISE for Cleaning Nabokov’s House by Leslie Daniels
“seductive” NPR, All Things Considered
“blisteringly funny…gorgeous prose” Minneapolis Star Tribune
“a winning comic voice” More
“mordantly funny” Kirkus Reviews
“a pleasure to read” Publishers Weekly
“humor, energy, wit…a delightful read” Library Journal
“warmly funny and audacious” Book List
“a laugh out loud pleasure of a read… a totally original delight” Book Page
“Required Reading” New York Post
“semi-literary romantic comedy… above the rest” Boston Globe
“a character to root for” Los Angeles Times
“literature’s response to Louis CK… and Lorrie Moore” Ithaca Times
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