Here’s an excerpt from a book that Avril Danica Haines, the new deputy director of the CIA, read aloud from at Adrian’s Book Café on the Baltimore waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point.
“He mounted her, parting her legs, giving the white inner flesh of her thighs a soft deep pinch and, clasping her right breast in his hand, he thrust his sex into her.
“He was holding her up as he did this, to gather her mouth to him, and as he broke through her innocence, he opened her mouth with his tongue and pinched her breast sharply.”
Her reading was from The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice, who wrote it under the pseudonym A.N. Roquelaire.
Haines was in her 20s at the time and she co-owned Adrian’s Book Café, which featured “Erotica Nights.” The events included dinner and a series of readings by guests of published work or their own prose, according to a 1995 article by Marey Corey in the Baltimore Sun.
The bookseller-turned-spy also told the Sun: “Erotica has become more prevalent because people are trying to have sex without having sex. Others are trying to find new fantasies to make their monogamous relationships more satisfying.”
Haines’ book shop days are behind her and since that time she became a lawyer and eventually an attorney in the White House Counsel’s office. She has overseen the approval process for the CIA’s covert actions, acting as a vital link between the CIA and the President. We think her background in erotica speaks well of her.
After all, don’t we want well-rounded officials with imaginations for intrigue running our spy service? You go girl!!!