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The Frog Princess

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Thomas Dangerfield was a young man when he went to fight the good fight in the Second World War, newly married, with a beautiful wife and a young son. He returned a changed man, plagued by nightmares and filled with a terrible anger that wouldn’t go away. So he set about trying to sort his life out. In the army they’d taught him to hurt, to maim, to kill and using that knowledge was the only way he knew how to tackle his problems. Over half a century later his son was lonely and his only real companion was his dog Frisky. One day, whilst out in the countryside with that dog, he caught sight of a pair of legs that tormented him. It was the way they emerged from a brief pair of shorts, a reminder of a sexuality he’d forgotten that he’d once had. But he was shy, and instead of drawing the woman’s attention to himself he met and started an on-going conversation with a tweedy woman with whiskers on her face and a predeliction for kissing a dead frog. So he... More > called her the Frog Princess...< Less
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Peter Rogerson
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
377
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.3 MB

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Printable? Yes
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