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Dead Lips, Kissing

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Adrian Templeton had been abused throughout his childhood by a domineering mother who had never wanted a cild let alone a son. She hated men and because boys would grow into men she hated those too. She attempted to remove his genitals on more than one occasion and even tried to get medical assistance in the form of surgery. When she wasn’t trying to emasculate him she was chastising him physically with a cane she kept specially for the purpose of thrashing him. Yet despite all this he loved her with the kind of passion that drove him to murder her. He had to: yet without her he was nobody. And so it came as no surprise to him when the blessed woman took up residence in his head and proceeded to guide him on a crusade to rid the world of what she saw as filth. Dead Lips Kissing is thoughtful yet at times down right nasty. There is plenty of murder and we are priviliged to overhear a huge number of conversations between a madman and a mother he carries around with him in his head.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Peter Rogerson
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
346
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.27 MB

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Printable? Yes
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