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61. Darkebrood Volume One : A Gallery Girls Book
by Various
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Asin: 0865620105
Catlog: Book (1998-05-15)
Publisher: SQP
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Werewolves and vampires are just the tip of this macabre menagerie. In this Gallery Girls collection, we see women meld with all forms of the animal kingdom, each exuding their own dangerous charms. Darkebrood features the illustrative talents such talents as Blas Gallego, Tomas Giorello, Esteban Maroto, Maren, Maraschi, Mitch Byrd, Sanjulian, Roca, and many more. Cover art by DeMiguel. ... Read more

62. Eros in the Mind's Eye : Sexuality and the Fantastic in Art and Film (Contributions to the Study of Science Fiction and Fantasy)
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Catlog: Book (1986-07-16)
Publisher: Greenwood Press
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This lively collection offers a wide-ranging exploration of the erotic and the fantastic in painting, illustration, and frilm. It covers Western art of six centuries--from medieval woodcuts to contemporary poster art--and the cinema of six decades--from horror classics of the 1930s to recent slasher films--documenting the surprising variety of guises in which sexuality appears in fantasy art and cinema. Among the subjects treated are occult eroticism in Medieval and Renaissance art; the use of fantasy as a vehicle for depicting erotic subjects in periods of sexual repression; the fascination with unconscious and aberrant sexuality in the visual arts since the publication of Freud's theories; movie monsters and aliens as emblems of the submerged id or libido; and monstrous metamorphosis as a symbol of the changes accompanying puberty. ... Read more

63. Studio Sex (Annika Bengtzon Thriller)
by Liza Marklund
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Catlog: Book (2003-11-01)
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Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Liza Marklund introduced savvy reporter Annika Bengtzon in her #1 international bestseller The Bomber. Now, step back to Annika's early days at a Stockholm newspaper, where her talent for uncovering the truth is just taking flight.

The corpse of a young woman has been found in Stockholm's Kronoberg Park -- and the shocking, unsolved crime becomes a media feeding frenzy, as journalists vie to scoop the murder story of the summer. For a young freelance reporter like Annika, it's a chance to jump-start her career. But she's about to discover that ambition has a price, as she wades into the city's dark underworld of sex clubs and high-powered politics. Justice for a dead woman is at stake, and Annika is about to discover the cost of putting herself on the line while trying to make a deadline.... ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars a cunning Swede
It was for the very reasons PW and Booklist critiqued this book that I loved it. I'm not an avid mystery reader because I usually find mysteries shallow and contrived. Ok, it doesn't have any sex to speak of, and it doesn't race from start to finish, but Annika, the young reporter, is a very real character, not some exotic stereotype. I loved the scenes of her eating mushrooms with her grandmother, and felt like I was catching a glimpse of Sweden through the birch trees. I found myself looking forward to picking it up and reading. At times Annika reminded me of Smilla in Smilla's Sense of Snow, both women possessing a cool detachment that's seasoned with a heaping dash of empathy. I will definitely be reading Marklund's next book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very interesting and very European
Intern reporter Annika Bengtzon gets a call on the 'Creepy Calls' line and angles for a role in reporting the story. To her surprise, she gets the assignment and soon finds herself in the midst of the investigation. Through a combination of luck and hard work, Annika gains some insights into the case--tracking down facts that give her newspaper several scoops--but the case is more complicated that she first believes. Somehow a longstanding government corruption case is involved, and the competitive press starts pointing the finger at Annika--insisting that she was running planted news.

Set in Sweden and written by Swedish author Liza Marklund, STUDIO SEX feels European with a concern for international happenings that may seem, well, foreign to U.S. readers. Political intrigues play a role, and U.S. readers may be surprised by the apparent lack of privacy and protection that government officials are accorded. Marklund's insights into human reaction to death--the obsessive grief of many who barely knew the victim yet are now seeking a connection with her--ring true. Annika's battle with journalistic ethics--balancing respect for the dead and their families against the public's right to information--reflects the larger story.

The fundamental story of Studio Sex is that of the growing maturation of Annika as she battles her own demons and tries to get at the truth behind the death of the haunted victim. Marklund's paragraph introductions, showing a young woman's descent into sexual domination and abuse add a texture to the novel--a texture that strengthens rather than distracting from the story.

4-0 out of 5 stars engaging investigative tale
A summer hire at the Stockholm tabloid Kvellspressen, Annika Bengtzon desperately wants to become a permanent reporter on the newspaper. Currently, Annika listens to crank calls on the paper's tip line in hopes of obtaining a legitimate story. One call Annika takes provides the locale of a naked raped dead girl.

Not expecting much from the tip as these usually turn out to be pranks, her editor sends Annika with a photographer to investigate. Instead Annika provides a strong story that earns her accolades from her boss. She continues her inquiries into the life of the victim as she feels that this story is her ticket to a permanent job with the newspaper. However, the case takes an absurd twist from the lover being the suspect to a high government official as a more likely murder candidate. As she follows that detour, Annika begins to uncover a cover-up conspiracy that if exposed could destroy Sweden's current ruling party's grip on the government.

STUDIO SEX, the prequel to THE BOMBER, is an engaging investigative tale that reads somewhat more like an amateur sleuth story because of the heroine's lack of experience. The story line provides plenty of insight into life in Sweden in various ways, but Annika fails to come across as the Swedish Woodward-Bernstein and this is not All the President's Men. Still the novel provides an intriguing conspiracy tale with the required sexual scenes, and a thorough look at Sweden making for an overall fine reading experience.

Harriet Klausner ... Read more

64. Necronomicon: The Journal of Horror & Erotic Cinema
by Andy Black
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Catlog: Book (1996-09-01)
Publisher: Creation Books
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Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Necronomicon: Book one continues the singular, thought-provoking exploration of transgressive cinema begun by the much-respected and acclaimed magazine of the same name. The transition to annual book format has allowed for even greater depth and diversity within the journal's trademarks of progressive critique and striking photographic content. Includes:
* Jean Rollin: The surreal and the sapphic
* Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Exploitation or modern fairytale?
* Barbara Steele: Icon of S/M horror
* Frightmare: Peter Walker's psycho-delirium classic
* Marco Ferreri: Sadean cinema of excess
* Deep Throat: Pornography as primitive spectacle
* Dario Argento: Tortured looks and visual displeasure
* Last Tango in Paris: Circles of sex and death
* H P Lovecraft: Visions of crawling chaos
* Witchfinder General: Michael Reeves' classic of visceral violence
* Herschell G. Lewis: Compulsive tales and cannibal feasts
* Evil Dead: From slapstick to splatshtick
* And much more....
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4-0 out of 5 stars Insightful and informative
This book contains a real mix of material, the best of which is fascinating and the worst of which is typical fan writing. For me, the article on "Evil Dead" was the most insightful and really made me think differently about the relationship between horror and humour. I would recommend this book to anybody with an educated interest in the subject.

2-0 out of 5 stars Dry
Glossy, very acadamic collection of essays on transgressive cinema. Interesting in places, but very much a Media Studies approach, with all the pretentious half-baked sociology and psychology which is the bread and butter of that parasitic branch of acadaemia. Not worth the ridiculously high price tag.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great topics: Evil Dead, H.P. Lovecraft & Barbara Steele
This book contain essays and reviews of various horror topics. Three of my favorites were on Barbara Steele, The Evil Dead and movie adaptions of H.P. Lovecraft stories. The movies of Barbara Steele are cult classics and hard to obtain. Black Sunday and others are discussed in this Journal. With the recent reissue of the Evil Dead on video, the article discussing this movies is a timely one. I agree with the article on the movies made of H.P. Lovecraft's stories-none have done justice to his writing. One of the better movies however, is video Necromonmicon which is a collection of several of Lovecraft's stories. In this journal I was also introduced to the films of Jean Rollin and others. All in all, it was good to read about my favorites and learn more about similar material out there. ... Read more

by Jeff Gelb, Michael Garrett
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Catlog: Book (1996-07-01)
Publisher: Pocket
Sales Rank: 348819
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars A decent read before bed
Combining horror and erotic thrills makes for a great before-bed read. This isn't the kind of book that will keep you reading all night... you can read one story and then turn over and go to sleep, content with what you've just read. It's not heart racing eroticism nor is it a horror that will make you afraid to close your eyes. It can be disturbing and thought provoking, and can capture your imagination, but I do not believe it will leave you lusting for the characters or jumping at every noise.

5-0 out of 5 stars Escapism to the extreme!
Bulletin: We now rejoin the infamous Hot Blood Series, already in progress. fasten your seatbelts -- this is escapism to the extreme. Let's not beat around the bush. This series consists of erotic horror. Erotic, as in Sexy. Horror, as in grotesque disfigurement, torture, and death. It's not "quiet horror." This might not be your cup of poison tea, says your humble reviewer. If it isn't, that's perfectly okay. Otherwise, should you feel adventurous, be advised -- these stories are, as they say, not for the squeamish. Or prudish. Or easily embarrassed. They're not stories you want people to read over your shoulder in the break room or on the bus. These stories exist to tickle your fancy and your funny bone, to present human foibles in up-close-and-personal, oh-so-revealing detail, and -- can we talk? -- to arouse you with a wink and a nudge. They are not politically correct, sensitive, or subtle. I hope I'm making myself clear.

They are so entertaining, however, that several have sold to Showtime's erotic horror series, "The Hunger."

While the stories in FEAR THE FEVER are not all hits, you'll certainly like the twisted triangle in Lucy Taylor's "The Five Percent People" and Patricia D. Cacek's Bram Stoker Award winning "Metalica," with its very needy protagonist. Tom Piccirilli's "Call It" is lean and mean, and Nat Gertler's "Restin' Piece" walks the walk of the tall-tale with ease. And if Graham Masterton's Stoker-nominated, Showtime-filmed "The Secret Shih Tan" is not the most elegantly gruesome tale I've ever read, it's a close second or third. This story anchors the collection with a panache that's hard to beat -- it's worth the price by itself, so the other good stories are pure gravy.

Strong entries from Wendy Rathbone, Elsa Rutherford, Alan Brennert, and J.N. Williamson are bound to hold your interest throughout the volume.

Another superb anthology for those of us who seek a little more edge in our fiction. ... Read more

66. Sin in Soul's Kitchen
by Andrew Oyefesobi
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Catlog: Book (2000-02-01)
Publisher: Urban Prince Pub
Sales Rank: 763574
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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A tantalizing title bespeaks the temperature of novelist Andrew Oyefesobi's noirish metro-urban tale of lust, love, lies and life- Sin in Soul's Kitchen. Think Love Jones meets Fatal Attraction. With a dash of sultry soul, a pinch of suspense, and the heat on high, Oyefesobi cooks up a steamy, edgy fable about Gen-X lovers and friends. In a word, Sin in Soul's Kitchen is HOT!

Why can't Thad shake the flashing images in his head? What's driving Chelsea's incessant pursuit of Thad? One is the jilted lover, the other a jealous liar. As time goes on, it's hard to say who's which. To have her fantasies become reality, Chelsea's willing to try anything and does...but so does everybody else in their world. Some use reason to deal with dilemmas, others use pure (or not so pure) emotion. Scandalous drama abounds when, out of the secret plans of Thad and his Soul Power Generation cohorts, the Nubian Rhythm Kitchen is born. But can a groovy joint where every Commandment is broken survive?

Life's vices aren't glorified, nor are they downplayed, in this vivid portrayal that puts readers directly in the action. Not intended as commentary on the state of religion or sex in American culture, Sin in Soul's Kitchen is seductively provocative fiction-- the pious and prudish beware.

In the novel, "sin" has a duality: the philosophical notion of misguided action vs. the traditional notion of immoral wrongdoing. Likening one "sin" to the other, Thad Neely and Chelsea Fuller are thrust into an emotional and psychological whirlwind of mind games and heart tricks. The juxtaposition and eventual layering of these ideas as a concurrent theme drives this sexy, psychological thriller.

"My work's visual and aural texture speaks to those with an eye for art and an ear for music. It's high drama for the poetry lover," says Oyefesobi. "It appeals to a hip, sophisticated audience unafraid to confront a presentation of untamed social issues, flawed representations of themselves, and dramatized young American reality."

With the fiendish style of a seasoned novelist, this exciting new voice in American fiction masterfully crafts a semi-twisted love story shrouded in symbolic intrigue. With pulsating dialogue, funky backdrops, and script-flipping storytelling, Sin in Soul's Kitchen takes literary sensuality and suspense to a whole new dimension. Can you stand the heat? ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Who's in the Kitchen with THAD?
Sin was an interesting story of individualism and rising above the status quo. While an obsessive tug of love was the underlying theme, the struggle Thad encounters trying to spread his wings and make his dreams manifest was inspirational. Through his whole eye-opening journey and labor to please his woman, father, mother and the memory of his brother, I enjoyed this novel mainly because it shows the downside of bringing others into your dream and how friendships can be as phony as a three dollar bill. From a relationship aspect, this novel is a psychotic terror filled ride as Thad is strapped on to a woman who makes Glen Close in Fatal Attraction look like Martha Stewart meets Mr. Rogers.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Kitchen Full of Sin!
Sin was an interesting story of individualism and rising above the status quo. While an obsessive tug of love was the underlying theme, the struggle Thad encounters trying to spread his wings and make his dreams manifest was inspirational. Through his whole eye-opening journey and labor to please his woman, father, mother and the memory of his brother, I enjoyed this novel mainly because it shows the downside of bringing others into your dream and how friendships can be as phony as a three dollar bill. From a relationship aspect, this novel is a psychotic terror filled ride as Thad is strapped on to a woman who makes Glen Close in Fatal Attraction look like Martha Stewart meets Mr. Rogers.....

4-0 out of 5 stars Hells Kitchen!
Ambition turns into reality, friendships transform into dissension and love metamorphoses into obsession in Andrew Oyefesobi's SIN IN SOUL'S KITCHEN. This Neo Soul fatal attraction is intense from page one and will keep readers riveted to the pages.

Thaddeus Neely Jr. is entangled between two worlds; that of the privileged with their ivy league tutelage and the artistically cultivated. At constant odds with his bourgeois father, and BAP girlfriend, Chelsea Fuller, Thad puts his MBA from Columbia University to use and opens his lifelong dream, Nubian Rhythm Kitchen (NRK) where those of the neo-soul movement dwell. Chelsea Fuller is beautiful, intelligent, affluent and despises Thad's hoodlum friends. When she stumbles upon Thad's secret plans to begin a posh supperclub, Chelsea grows enraged and reality strikes that the future may not include her. While interning at Channel Two News, Chelsea immerses herself in the mysterious murder of the rich and famous husband of Yolanda Smithey. Thirsting for insight into the Smithey case, Chelsea becomes mesmerized with Yolanda's purported act of passion against her husband and his mistress. In some demented way, Chelsea compares her declining relationship with Thad to that of the Smitheys. When numerous attempts at reconciliation fail, Chelsea falls off the deep end and a series of sinful events unfold. The question is, is Chelsea the hunter or the hunted?

SIN IN SOUL'S KITCHEN is a psychotic, suspenseful thriller. At first the writing may seem unconventional and starts off at a leisurely pace. But there is no escaping that the plot was executed with precision. The climax of this story is the thin line between love and fixation and that a presumed sane person can prove contrary. Andrew Oyefesobi's imaginative storytelling is magnificent and his characters are compelling. My only complaint is I wish I had read it sooner. Filled with neuroticism and betrayal is Soul's Kitchen, where every sin imaginable is committed and almost every commandment is broken.

Reviewed by Nicki Lancaster
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2-0 out of 5 stars WHERE IS THE SIN IN THIS BOOK

4-0 out of 5 stars SERIOUS ISSUES
People, this book was serious... You need to be real focused to read this book, because it starts out slow and then spirals out of control to an ending that is unbelievable and incomprehensible. Women scorned ain't even got nothing on this Chelsea Fuller. This book should surely be turned into a screen play and apdapted for the big screen...A page turner to the very end. ... Read more

67. Butchershop in the Sky: Premature Ejaculations 1989™1999
by James Havoc
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Catlog: Book (2000-04-01)
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Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Cerval faeces in extremis
There is nothing worse than looking forward to reading a book as much as I was this one, only to find out within the first two pages what a heartbreaking piece of utter drivel it actually is.

Like it says on the blurb, this book is not a single story, but an entire collection of fictions, including two novellas, spanning the authors ten year writing career. The first novella 'Raisim' is an incoherent pseudo-psychic biography of Gilles De Rais. Conveniently disguised as an anti-novel, it purports to offer us a glimpse into the insane mechanations of De Rais mind. Now I really wished for the descriptions to be shocking and repulsive, in order to suit the subject matter they needed to be, however the abstract collation of words that followed just made me laugh, absolutely pathetic! The writing was so inane it didn't (and could never) even work on a poetic level, it completely lacked any sense of physicality, no balls whatsoever.

This pretty much set the scene (and the style)for the works that followed, particularily the graphic sequences which were nothing short of amateurish. The novella 'White Skull' was its one and only redeeming feature, and even this wasn't great. In all honesty this is probably the sort of book that may appeal to those teenagers of a gothic disposition (especially the pretentious ones) who in their endless quest for an attitude seem to gravitate towards this kind of rubbish, so, let even them be warned.

Sadly this is one of the few books that I have actually thrown in the bin, and having done so felt a pang of guilt, the tree (or trees) that provided the paper for this book deserved a lot better. Being a Catholic was never this depressing. ... Read more

68. Demon Beast Invasion Book 2 (Demon Beast Invasion)
by Toshio Maeda
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69. Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight & Nightmares
by Jon J. Muth
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Catlog: Book (1993-01-01)
Publisher: Nbm Pub Co
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Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Dracula: A symphony in moonlight and nightmares
The only major drawback I have with this story is that is a retelling of the original story of Dracula. Some of the events and characters and their relationships are changed. For example - In the original novel, it was Lucy Westrena who became Dracula's victim. In this book, it's Mina Harker. Also, there's no mention of the first part of the book in which Jonathon, Mina's Fiancee', goes to Translyvania to meet with the count and to arrange his move to England. In fact, there's little mention of Jonathon at all.
Basically, don't read this with the expectation of it being an adaptation of the Stoker novel. Think of it as more a reimagining, an alternate reality version of the story.
The artwork, as always, is just simply gorgeous...ethereal, dreamy, moody, haunting... I've been a fan of Muth since the 80's when he did work for Marvel Comic's Epic line: Moonshadow and Meltdown: Havok and Wolverine. I reccomend this book highly. Muth's art doesn't disappoint.

5-0 out of 5 stars Like Herzog's Nosferatu: Familiar, but very different
Just don't read it too fast. As a previous reviewer pointed out, Muth's "Symphony" is not a graphic novel. It is more like a script to a play or movie, alternating with a page (sometimes more than one) sized illustration.

Muth decorates the borders of the text pages with curls and strokes and little illustrations (which are not always the same as those on the pages before), evoking some Victorian text. (Epic Comics did not keep this is mind when choosing the daffy modern typeface, however.) The painted pages are not just accompaniments to an otherwise complete story, either. They substitute for the script. These paintings are all watercolor washes, too--the only style I've seen him do, and do them well he does.

Really this book is a fascinating experiment in montage; one large image after another with the viewer's mind passively working to find a recognizable narrative as fast as possible. That is a powerful tool--and could be used as the creative technique any person could use who itches to tell a story visually. Film students and studying cartoonists might distinguish this as interesting reading.

I am a lousy writer, so I am helpless to communicate exactly why this book is so interesting to me. But all I can say is, don't read it too quickly. He only got 48 pages to work with and he deserves a chance to have a project experienced on its own terms. Muth's art, as always, is astonishing.

I almost forgot--the book rocks as a graphic novel.

5-0 out of 5 stars A retelling of the Dracula story in a graphic novel format.
This is not just another Dracula story. Jon Muth tells the tale of the imfamous vampire through the writings of the characters Dracula encounters, in their diaries, logbooks, and telegrams. There is also standard prose, as in a regular book, and snatches of dialogue in script format. But the best reason to own a copy is Muth's beautiful watercolour renderings of the story. There is page after page of the watercolours telling the story, with no interruption with print or word balloons as in a regular graphic novel. This allows the reader the opportunity of filling in the story himself, partially making up what the action is. Believe me, this is not a drawback, as you may suppose! The book only fails in one respect, that being a relatively short length. I certianly would have loved the opportunity to see more of Mr. Muth's watercolours! ... Read more

70. NightScares! - Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy (erotic/erotica) Anthology of Stories
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Scary sex stories! Well written anthology of Horror, Fantasy and Science Fiction Erotic stories that scare, shock and bewilder! Stories about the fog, tentacles, robots, faeries, ghosts, and more - and all with an erotic twist!

Unusual, exciting - and even frightening! Illustrated with vintage erotica and other artwork. Oversized anthology - 340 pages.

Printable for reading offline. Warning explicit content. Adults only. ... Read more

71. Rich Larson's Haunted House of Lingerie Volume 2
by Rich Larson
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Catlog: Book (1999-06-01)
Publisher: SQP
Sales Rank: 481065
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Zombies in their underwear? The undead modeling bras? Ghostly apparitions parading in their unmentionables? NO! This is the second collection of Rich Larson's bizarre gallery of scantily-clad cuties doing their best to escape the clutches of would-be monsters! It's a second helping of silk, satin, and insanity from the twisted genius of Rich Larson! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Undeadly
To simply be blunt this so-called novel is just porn on paper for any thirteen year old boy who happens to get his hands on it. This should be a good topic for discussion at the author's next therapy session.

1-0 out of 5 stars Softcore porn idiocy at its worst
To simply be blunt this so-called novel is just porn on paper for any thirteen year old boy who happens to his hands on it. This should be a good topic for disscusion at the author's next the therapy session. ... Read more

72. The Casanova Embrace
by Warren Adler
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Catlog: Book (2001-05)
Publisher: Stonehouse Press
Sales Rank: 1911865
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A charismatic South American Diplomat recruits three Washington women to engage in a bombing plot to kill a political rival. Hungry for the man's sexual favor, the women allow themselves to be manipulated and unwittingly enter into the diplomat's bizarre, destructive and lethal plot. When the women discover each other and learn how they have been duped, they become enraged. Overcoming their jealousy toward each other, they band together to destroy their ruthless lover.

This highly praised erotic thriller is explicit and explores the raw power of sexuality and desire. ... Read more

73. The Dungeonmaster's Apprentice
by Mark Ramsden
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Catlog: Book (1999-12-15)
Publisher: Serpent's Tail
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74. The Dark Art of Tony Mauro
by Tony Mauro
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Catlog: Book (2003-07-15)
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Beautiful female creatures of the night, as flawless in their physical perfection as they are remorseless in their unholy craving for blood! Some girls can be SO cute with razor-sharp overbite! In The Dark Art of Tony Mauro, we get a full color gallery of undead divas gone wild! Brilliantly re-produced paintings that showcase the style and talents of this most original illustrator - each page suitable for framing. This book contains images so realistic, you'll probably want to stock up on garlic and sharp pointy sticks, just to be on the safe side! ... Read more

75. Apsara Jet
by Nicolas Merriweather
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Catlog: Book (2001-08-20)
Publisher: Apsara Publishing Group
Sales Rank: 122035
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Apsara Jet - is a powerful, erotic, politically incorrect story of love, lust, betrayal, death and revenge, in the high stakes world of narco trafficking, in the skies of South East Asia.

John Jackson Jr, an unemployed Vietnam veteran and former Eastern Airlines Captain, had fallen to the depths of his alcoholic depression. Convicted of felony drunk driving in Miami...Divorced, homeless, and living in his car...he is given one last chance for redemption... To return to Indochina for the mysterious Alexander Chen, and into the cockpit of a McDonnell Douglas DC-8 cargo jet... Jackson, unaware at first, recruits two of his old friends, who rush to join up with him in Thailand. Later suspecting their mission cloaked in secrecy was far from legit, yet feeling that there was really no way out, they sink deeper into the dark world of Burmese Drug Lords, Ecstasy (MDMA) and The Russian Mafia.

Betrayed, they survive a fiery mid-air collision, nursing their crippled jet at night across Burma & Laos and finally home to Cambodian airspace, where they deliberately crash land in the San River, near the remote village of Phum Krom, in Northeastern Cambodia. There, Jackson and his only surviving partner, ex-CIA pilot and mercenary, A. P. Scott, recuperate, to later train and equip a small guerilla force, of mostly sex-crazed young Kreung native girls. Later, they lead their motley commando unit back to Phnom Penh to seek an apocalyptic revenge on Chen, their treacherous former employer, for millions of dollars in cash.

Those savvy readers, familiar with the Bangkok and Phnom Penh nightlife scene, will invariably recognize similarities between some of the locations described in the book and some of the most notable true-to-life institutions such as; Thermae, Patpong, Nana Plaza, Soi Cowboy, Clinton Plaza, Soi Zero and Martinis Disco. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Apsara Jet
Nicolas Merriweather,(aka Archie Hall) has written a hard hitting
book on the world of the far east. If you have never been there, this is one that you should read. He shows us that he knows what the people of that part of the world are living in on a day to day basis. He also has a large knowledge of the technical things associated with airplanes and the pilots that fly them. A book that is very hard to put down.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Fiction Novel in a Long Time
I have started quite a few novels and found myself disinterested and put the book down. Not so with, "Apsara Jet". The lure of Southeast Asia with all its' charms, intrigue and uncertainty drew me right into each scene. I'd been to some of places mentioned in Apsara's pages but never dared go where the author has obviously been. Apsara was like taking that voyage you always wanted to but could never get up the gumption while pretending you weren't really all that interested. Uh, huh. I shall look forward to the next one from Mr. Meriweather.

5-0 out of 5 stars Apsara Jet
This has got to be one of my all-time fovorite books that I have ever read. It takes me back to the wonderful times spent in Southeast Asia and the great (DC8) that I flew there.
It is a book that is very dificult to put down! I cannot say enough about the genius of the author. His knowledge of the airplane and the loacalities is truly amazing indeed.
After reading this book you could operate a DC8.
A Flying Tiger forever,
Tom Constable

5-0 out of 5 stars "Apsara Jet," spell-bound suspense and delicious erotica.
"Apsara Jet," by Nicolas Merriweather, smacks of great old-time storytelling and erotic passages that are marvelously sprinkled throughout this fast-paced tale of love, greed, and best of all, lust. The setting is Indochina, the hero is John Jackson, Jr., a once great adventurer who has fallen to the bottom of life's pit. This time, he is given a second chance, and proves within the chapters of this novel to himself and to the reader that redemption and horrific danger go hand in hand. From battles with Burmese Drug Lords and The Russian Mafia to human sexuality with the most exotic and desirable female creatures on the planet, Jackson takes us on a journey that's not easily forgotten. The erotic passages are among the finest written, and believe me, Merriweather does Henry Miller proud! From time to time, I re-read those passages in the morning when I start my day, pole-vault out of bed, and am ready to take on God's Green Acres and all that they have to dish out! If you're looking for high adventure, non-stop action, and sensuality at its zenith, then "Apsara Jet" is a MUST read. Nicolas Merriweather is a new name in the wide and wonderful world of literature, and I truly believe that he will be around for decades to come. By the way, I'm sure that this novel will be made into a major motion picture in the not-too-distant future. Hooray for fiction! Hooray for Merriweather! And Hooray for Hollywood, when they finally discover the goods! ... "Coming to a theater near you, soon!"

4-0 out of 5 stars Ready for a plane ride into Hell?
Nicolas Merriweather, a real-life pilot who has obviously walked the walk, writes a hair-raising tale of a disastrous air mission into Cambodia. His main character, John Jackson, Jr., is a burned-out middle-aged man who fears that his best days are behind him. However, he receives a job offer that promises him a big payday. Accompanied by a couple of longtime sidekicks, Jackson accepts the challenge even though it sounds too good to be true. Soon enough, the three war-horses discover that the deck is actually stacked against them. Eventually, personal redemption becomes their primary motivation.

I came to this book without a background in aviation or warfare. The author's descriptions are colorful and vivid, however, so my unfamilarity with this genre wasn't a deterrent to my enjoyment of the narrative. He has included a handy glossary that helps with the lingo and terminology.

Merriweather self-describes his novel as deserving an "R" rating, and he's right-the story has as many "money shots" as a typical Ron Jeremy flick. The unrepentant tone of the book is indeed politically incorrect, but one feels that the author is painting an accurate portrait of a time and place.

The story would make an exciting action drama, should Hollywood come calling (I envision Harrison Ford, Jeff Bridges, and Arch Hall, Jr. in the leading roles). Ironically, however, given the harrowing situations and spicy R-rated content, such a film would never be suitable for showing as an in-flight movie! ... Read more

76. Dying for It: More Erotic Tales of Unearthly Love
by Gardner Dozois
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Asin: 0061053619
Catlog: Book (1997-10-01)
Publisher: Harper Prism
Sales Rank: 508475
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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There is a love that flourishes only in the darkness; a passion that rises only from the grave.This anthology of all-new stories probes the shadowy meeting ground of our ancient, primal terrorsand our deepest forbidden desires.

Edited by one of today's most respected anthologists, featuring today's most acclaimed fantasy authors, Dying for It takes you far beyond the realm of the ordinary, and into a realm where the living not only envy the dead, they adore them.It's love at last rites. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars An amazing collection!
In most anthologies, there are some stories that I really enjoy, others that I hate, and still others that I'm lukewarm about. This was one of those rare anthologies that I thorougly enjoyed every story in. Despite the word "erotic" in the title, the emphasis wasn't on sex (the reason a more conservative friend of mine rejected reading it). True, sex figures to some extent in all the stories, but love and death also figure prominently, and the overall theme that emerged for me was the importance of celebrating the former two elements, because the latter is always lurking in the background.

In particular, I found Andy Duncan's "Saved" to be extremely affecting. For those of you who thought the love story in the movie _Titanic_ was cheesy and overdone, this Titanic love story is moving and powerful. In fact, one of the reasons I hated the movie may have been because I'd read this story first and found that the syrupy story in the movie just couldn't compare. ... Read more

77. Sex Dolls: An Artie Cohen Mystery (An Artie Cohen Thriller)
by Reggie Nadelson

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Asin: 0571192149
Catlog: Book (2002-03-04)
Publisher: Faber and Faber Ltd
Sales Rank: 905160
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78. Filthy Beast
by William J. Donahue
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Manufacturer: iUniverse, Inc.
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Is there hope for humankind? Monsters the size of skyscrapers terrorize the mainland. Psycho-killers lurk in the shadows with glistening blades and cracked smiles. Salivating shape-shifters tap bony fingernails against first-floor windows. Reduced to the point of irrelevance, once-powerful men now cower behind reinforced doors rimmed with deadbolts.

In the nine gloomy tales of Filthy Beast: Fiendish Lullabies, come face to face with undersexed fish-monsters, hard-drinking demons, superhuman ninjas, incompetent werewolves and other absurd antiheroes. Hope, it seems, has joined the endangered species list.

Take two parts horror, one part dark comedy and a pinch of erotica, let them fester in a stagnant puddle and serve chilled. That ... Read more

79. Sex Crimes
by Joseph M. Monks, Hart D. Fisher
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Asin: 0972660429
Catlog: Book (2003-10)
Publisher: Media Services Intl Inc
Sales Rank: 647750
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Sex Crimes takes the topics of sex and crime, then adds 15 cult and underground authors to the mix to relate tales of depravity, abuse and terror. From mainstream authors like David J. Schow and Wayne Allen Sallee to comic book outlaws Joseph M. Monks and Hart D. Fisher the project collects a group of "orphans": stories with no homes; stories other publishers were afraid to print. Gruesome and relentless, Sex Crimes straddles the genres of crime fiction, thriller and erotic horror supported by illustrators such as comic mainstay John Cassaday to Stephen R. Bissette and Stephen King's frequently tapped collaborator Bernie Wrightson. The goal of co-editors Monks and Fisher was to unleash some of their favorite authors on an unsuspecting audience. The result is Sex Crimes. ... Read more

80. Rich Larson's Haunted House of Lingerie Volume 3
by Rich Larson
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Asin: 0865620482
Catlog: Book (2001-12-01)
Publisher: SQP
Sales Rank: 517808
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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This third installment of Rich Larson's ode to the undead starts off with a wonderfully naughty wrap-around cover painting by Fastner & Larson. In addition to his usual macabre mixing of horror and erotica, HH3 also contains a secret origin tale of the House itself! You dare not miss this spine-snapping story which both lifts and separates the reader into new realms of terror! It's all good sexy fun and horror! ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Better book with a different title
Rich Larson is definitely an excellent penciler, and he has a style that makes me think back to the pin ups that followed classic horror comics. However, this book's title does it an injustice. When you hear the words Haunted House, you instantly think Ghost and other things that go bump in the night. With exception of 3 pics in this book all the others would loosely fall into other formats ranging from basic fantasy, pirates, Amazon warriors, and Sci-Fi. All of which are well done, but don't fit the theme that was expected. As for the origin story. It doesn't help the matters much, because it returns you to the fact that this is a haunted house art book that has nothing to do with haunted houses. The story also teases you with interesting senerios that don't pan out. Like the Shoppe owners possible last wish of invisibility. That he would use to meet the herorine. It sounded interesting, but was never done. Lastly, not only is the title of the book misleading, some of the pics titles don't fit either. For instance the one entitled, "Zero G Pillow Fights are the Mosest Fun." In it 3 women are having a pillow fight on a bed, with a window into space behind them. How is that Zero G? Because of this I can't recommend this book. At least not for someone that wants something about Haunted Houses. Maybe if Larson does a 4th volume it will focus more on the things that make up true Haunted Houses. ... Read more

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