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But here, bereft of ideas it would seem he serves up this ugly mess of a book — after colluding with the subject and waiting out the statute of limitations. The anonymous chap was also through the roof — spying on people in a motel he owned, hiding in the rafters, peeping through peep-holes, writing down prosaic diary entries and justifying his filthy perversion by declaring himself a sexual researcher and social scientist. Across several decades, so the story goes, the man — later identified in the book as Gerald Foos — would spy on almost anyone and everyone. And he would wait — recording the amount of sex they had, the type of sex, or the lack of sex. And yet, still, he would maintain this was all in the name of research.