H.G. Wells was so charmed by Maragaret Sanger that he based SECRET PLACES OF THE HEART on his time with her. The novel -- a thinly-veiled autobiography -- depicts an English gentleman, Sir Richard Hardy, who is attempting to sort out his marital problems while he travels the English countryside in the company of a psychiatrist. SECRET PLACES OF THE HEART was, in many ways, a love letter from Wells to Sanger. . . .