Almudena Grandes  

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"She let her fingers, with their extremely long nails, painted dark red, the colour of dried blood, slide slowly up and down, leaving light whitish traces behind them, marking out her territory. He, meanwhile, was kneading the pale flesh with one hand, pinching and stretching it, pressing marks into the skin. Neither of them let their tongue pause even for a moment."--The Ages of Lulu (1989) by Almudena Grandes

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María de la Almudena Grandes Hernández (7 May 1960 – 27 November 2021) was a Spanish writer perhaps best-known for her novel The Ages of Lulu (1989).

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