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Another devilish book of short stories from Dexter Stark, again filled with wicked characters. Tales of love and Hanky Panky.
Eleanor's life with Robert and their six year old daughter Quinn was happy and settled ... or so she thought. Then Quinn's behaviour changed from that of a happy-go-lucky little would-be princess to a withdrawn, timid little mouse. What could have had caused such a transformation? When Eleanor's loving husband disappeared, an awful secret was revealed ... a secret which would turn Eleanor's world upside down.
EXPLICIT CONTENT (SEX, VIOLENCE, DRUGS, PROFANITY) The Paradox Chronicles are a series of metaphysical allegories which use extreme imagery and scenarios to shock the mind as a catalyst for spiritual growth. In book one, Nathaniel, teenage occultist, is in love with Jithinia, a nihilistic sexpot. All is well until they meet Eldridge, a shape-shifting creature cursed with a hunger for human souls. However, when Eldridge falls in love with Nathaniel, he learns that true horror lies not in his monstrosity but in his growing humanity. Danielle was abducted and physically mutilated in the name of God for years. Her vile keeper, Preacher, tortures his broken dolls until they pray, to help them find God. One day, Danielle does. She reunites with her lost love Jithinia, whose world is now spinning out of control. What follows is a magnum opus of magick and the true nature of God as the characters make their way through the sordid underbelly of modern Christian America.
* A GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR * * A TELEGRAPH BOOK OF THE YEAR * * AN IRISH TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR * 'Imagine Gone Girl had it been co-written by Mary Gaitskill and Lydia Davis and you're heading in the right direction' Olivia Sudjic, Guardian 'Not a word is wasted in this examination of one woman's sexual odyssey as Moore builds to a shattering climax.' Sarah Hughes, the i 'A true original ... Disturbingly dark, explosively violent, powerfully erotic and brilliantly written.' Sunday Times 'An uncompromising excavation of the darker reaches of female desire ... one of the most devastating things I have ever read' Irish Times 'A timely rebuke to the antiseptic quality of much of today's crime fiction' Telegraph 'Electrifying. Essential reading' Olivia Laing 'Taut and filthy and beautifully written' Evie Wyld 'Deep red and as hot as hell' Preti Taneja 'Compelling, shocking, hot, scary' Kristen Roupenian 'Horrific, the sexiest book ever, devastatingly true' Daisy Johnson 'Extraordinary' Lucie Whitehouse 'One of my favourite books' Megan Hunter Living alone in New York, Frannie teaches creative writing to a motley bunch of students, and secretly compiles a dictionary of street slang: virginia, n., vagina; snapper, n., vagina; brasole, n., vagina. One evening at a bar, she stumbles upon a man, his face in shadow, a tattoon on his wrist, a woman kneeling between his legs. A week later a detective shows up at her door. The woman's body has been discovered in the park across the street. Soon Frannie is propelled into a sexual liaison that tests the limits of her safety and desires, as she begins a terrifying descent into the dark places that reside deep within her.