There's a Whip in My Valise

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Disruptive Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 180 pages
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The most famous work by Olympia's most popular author. Angela Pearson, who changed her name to Greta X in a bid to cut down on the marriage proposals from the legions of fans who found in her writings something that struck a chord, as it were. This is a tale of five women, four sadists and one nymphomaniac, as they travel through Europe, battering and satisfying every man they can lay their rubberized pipes, imitation wood birches, and trusty whips on. The tale, in six parts, traces three sets of women, Marlene, who initiates her youthful assistant into sadism over in Germany, the "red-head" and "blonde," who handle a hotel porter with authority, and a young governess who is finally best-able to serve her master, masochist Per Petersen. In part six, all the women get together at Per's home, in a dazzling display of bondage, flagellation and non-stop sex, until...

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