IS there no end to the talents of our very own man of letters, George Adams? Overcome by curiosity, someone we know tapped the sex novelist's name into the computer at the library of the Hong Kong University to find flashing on the screen five works credited to his name - although in his press information Adams, who is never one to underplay his own literary importance, only lays claim to four. The hitherto unheralded Adams title (according to the HKU computer) is The British Ports And Transport Industry, published in 1973 - which by our reckoning means Adams wrote the book when he was 14 years old. Could it be we have detected an unbecoming touch of modesty on the part of Adams? Or is the computer having us on?