Schoolgirls Punished in Prison

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Disruptive Publishing, 2010 - Fiction - 314 pages
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Innocent Captives... Years have past, and many women, young and not so young, have come within the purview of Mr. Punire's judgment and, likely, his lash. He has been many places, seen many things, met many people, rich and poor, and developed his art. Some say he is the greatest artist of his kind, yet he is an imperfect man, a rationalizing animal like the rest of us. Be that as it may, he fights valiantly against those who pretend to do what he does yet abuse their power, and he fights valiantly against demons thrust upon him during his youth, a private hell of which we know little. His profession is to punish-he is convinced of its efficacy-yet as he administers harsh justice he tries to do much good and no permanent harm. Does he accomplish these lofty goals while employing the base methods of the profession he is compelled to practice? That, one must decide for one's self. And why is it said he is compelled to practice his profession? To learn you must read on. NO ESCAPE FROM THE DEGRADATION!

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