NPR's description (from this article): "Hellbent For Living: A Screwball Parisian Adventure." Yes, please! This book was published in 1958 and tells the story of a wild American girl living it up in Paris in the 1950s. I just watched Midnight in Paris and Crazy Camper and I discussed the awesomeness of the women's clothes in both centuries. I need more Paris.
The Dud Avocado is a story of Sally's life of wacky adventures, sex, and champagne cocktails that is supposed to be a lot of fun. I mean, Groucho Marx wrote to Dundy: "I had to tell someone (and it might as well be you since you're the author) how much I enjoyed The Dud Avocado," he wrote. "If this was actually your life, I don't see how the hell you ever got through it."
THAT IS AMAZING.