Hell's Hole

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2004 - Fiction - 228 pages
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Bacchus Stofano tells the story of his lonely and painful quest to find the answers why he has powers unlike most humans. Although somewhat shy and self-sheltering Bacchus bursts onto the first pages of Hell's Hole in the midst of a small breakdown. Being a very passionate speaker Bacchus keeps us entertained with his opinionated rages and dislikes throughout the book. Laughing at his own misery. The journey through Hell's Hole is marinated with friends and family who quickly become engrossed in the quest as well as being a critical emotional crutch for Bacchus. With an insatiable appetite for sex Bacchus garnishes Hell's Hole with graphic scenes of heated encounters.

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About the author (2004)

Ray Massini was born in central Pennsylvania but at a young age started a series of moves throughout the country. Every move and experience gave him another story to tell and an imagination to build upon. Now living on a farm in North East Pennsylvania with his partner Keith, Ray is currently working on his follow up to his first book, Hells Hole.

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