A mock-biography of the womanizer Salomon Schwartz, who is roughly modeled after Ischa Meijer, the Dutch public figure with whom Connie Palmen had a longtime relationship. She already documented that relationship and his sudden death in the autobiographical book "I.M.". This time, Palmen treats the same subject in a fictional manner and does it in a vastly superior way. Salomon's story is compiled by one of the characters, the female biographer Charlie. She starts that undertaking right after the suicide of Saar De Vries, Salomon's best mistress and friend, who, in her will, leaves all his personal writings to Charlie. Working through the papers, Charlie compiles a complex image of the person Salomon Schwartz, a mozaique that centers around the four most important women in his life. With all of them he exchanged letters, and wrote a book that was inspired by each one of them.