Defunct Gristle

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The Nazca Plains Corporation, Feb 5, 2011 - Fiction - 178 pages
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'Hell hath no fury as a cross-dresser scorned' proves a poor elucidation for Anthony Fortesque's reaction over his thwarted Out of Africa campaign. The hapless Anthony, his romantic misconceptions ruthlessly spurned by the dashing Hamish MacFadden - an indifferent substitute for Anthony's 'big white hunter' fantasy figure - sees his African ideal rapidly changing to the more vengeful Hate of Africa. Aided and abetted by the glamorous Petra (cojones) Gonzales and cohorts Mike and Damon, Anthony finds himself drawn into an evil scenario way beyond his wildest imaginings. From the elegant drawing rooms of London's exclusive Belgravia to the hidden savagery of Zimbabwe and the superficiality of Cape Town, Anthony's anticipated African dream soon degenerates into a nightmare which can only end with its grotesque awakening.

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