Voodoo Man

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Random House, Aug 31, 2010 - Fiction - 209 pages
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Ti-Charles is the handsome young Voodoo priest of Croix-Le-Bois, a small village on the coast of a Caribbean island. He presides over rituals of healing and community - as well as festivals of orgiastic all-male release, where the initiates are young men of the village.

Despite his enjoyable duties, Ti-Charles is distracted by his love for the tough and beautiful fisherman, Henri, though he is too shy to approach him. But then Henri becomes possessed by the lewd spirit Baron Samedi during the course of a festival, and makes advances on the priest. As All Saint's Day approaches, the relationship between the two men intensifies...

Set in the late 1950s, Voodoo Man is a stunning story told against a lush, tropical backdrop of pulsing drums, heated physical release and ecstatic possession.

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