Nancy & the 1984 Yorkshire Coalminers' Strike: A Nancy Sphinctergritzel Story: An Illustrated Spoof About the Rudolph Valentino Obsessed Homophobic Lush

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The 7th spoof in this popular series. Nancy Sphinctergritzel (1904-2010), was the quintessential example of Machiavellian insanity. For 80 years she had an imaginary love affair with Rudolph Valentino, obsessed with saying that he had never had sex with men and with no woman but her, destroying and sometimes killing anyone who disagreed. In 1984 she learned that Davey Pilkington, the gay illegitimate son of her 6th husband, Lord Cecil Wilde, was living in Yorkshire and involved with the Miners’ Strike. This is the story of what happened when she travelled there in the hope of killing him, only to discover she had a tough job on her hands—the Carmine Colliery, where he worked, employed only gay miners! Prepare to be shocked! NOTE: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is coincidental. WARNING: This story contains adult material... More > of a sexual nature.< Less
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June 9, 2016
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