A non-fiction book that reads like a novel. Sex and relationships/striking tales from the real-life spectrum: Benazir Bhutto experienced wild sexual adventures with many other dignitaries of the world. Indira Gandhi had threesome sex with the Egyptian President Nasser and yogi Brahmachari. Libertine sex lives of some women from an international elite and the royal families...
A collection of the greatest sex stories of all time that reveal the secret sex lives of many famous people, including Benazir Bhutto, Saira Mir, Hillary Clinton, Yoko Ono, Indira Gandhi, Nehru, Lord Mountbatten - and the royal families of England, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf states.
This work is the result of a joint research conducted by a team of investigative reporters and some former intelligence field agents. This quest was actually started after a remote story of a swinger couple in Paris sparked the revelation about the secret sex life of Benazir Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan. The story of Benazir's sexual life appeared in a book, Indecent Correspondence: Secret Sex Life of Benazir Bhutto written by Roshan Mirza. After the publication of this book, some reporters started the investigation on the possibility of Benazir's sexual relations with the other dignitaries of the world. What has emerged are the shocking tales of sexual wilderness among the elite and the royal families. These stories reflect some insiders' accounts of VIP sex parties where even some female members of the royal families of England and Saudi Arabia - have been engaged in open sex and swapping partners. Light and Fire reveals all those tales.
The book contains explicit descriptions of sexual situations. But it is more than a sex story, because it also reflects some other profound aspects, including a chapter on Sex and Politics. These undertones are more apparent in the section on Hillary Clinton and Alinsky (her ideological mentor in her college days at Wellesley), High-Profile Sex Slaves in the Indian subcontinent, and in the chapter where the author, Aaj ka Manto (The Manto of Today) speaks at Shakespeare and Company in Paris, explaining the reasons for writing this book.
Apart from this, it's also a love story in the backyard - a love that's lost and gone up in the smoke. That's the backstory of the protagonist who discovered the deepest secrets of an international elite. This phase apears at the end of the book in the chapter, Rufi - The Untold Story: Sparks from a journey to nowhere...
The author is a poet and writer. He writes non-fiction on sex and politics. He is also engaged in photography. His photographic work is related to current affairs.