Kiss the Goat
Kit is a twenty-five-year-old Yorkshire bus driver who isn't quite like the rest of us, as the old story goes. One day she hears a passenger playing a song-the Electric Hellfire Club's "Kiss the Goat"-a song she never knew existed outside the ghostly manifestations that have been haunting her lonely nights, complete with sounds, smell and sight. Enter, then, the ghost of Rose Selavy . . . a devil-worshipping prostitute with more on her mind than just bodily possession . . . A romp through satanic disco music, ethereal auto-erotica and apparitions with agendas, this modern ghost story is Brain Stableford at his quirky and subversive best.
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