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'Tis said of love that it sometimes goes, sometimes flies; runs with one, walks gravely with another; turns a third into ice, and sets a fourth in a flame: it wounds one, another it kills: like lightning it begins and ends in the same moment: it makes that fort yield at night which it besieged but in the morning; for there is no force able to resist it.
--Miguel de Cervantes

Title
 
CircuSex/A Conspiracy of Ravens
A One-Hand Read
AuthorWilliam Maltese
ISBN#978-1-60820-094-8 (print) $14.99
Release DateNovember 2010
Length: (*)72,000 words
Available At:Amazon.com (paperback)

A Conspiracy of Ravens

Inside the grounds of the infamous Tower of London. Patrick whose Irish lover, Ian, was killed by an English homicidal butcher behind the wheel of a speeding car. Tad whose American parents have sent their erring son to live with Brit relatives, one of whom is a Tower yeoman. Six Tower Ravens, the subjects of legend that predicts-they gone, the British Empire soon to follow. A man and five Tower Ravens murdered. One man determined to see the sixth bird dead, no matter the consequences.


CircuSex

Jaded? Bored? Looking for something exotic and different?

How about a look-see at dwarf Jeremy Small's "Mr. Not-So-Small"? How about the loving embrace of the "Tarantula Man" with his two extra arms and his three extra eyes, none of the latter seeing anything? Or, might you prefer a liaison with "Dog Boy", or with the "Bearded Lady", or with the "Human Cannon Ball"...?


All of the above are available, but not on the cheap. Money, often lots of it, is what gets you access to after-hours special acts performed by those otherwise removed from the spotlights by do-gooders who successfully black-tar circus sideshows as immoral and inhumane. No matter that sideshows provided so many "special people" for so long with decent livelihoods for themselves and for their families.

Or, might you prefer doing "it" on an elephant, or between the humps of a camel, or in a tiger's cage, or even hanging from the high trapeze, accompanied by Circus Six's center-ring stars available for fun and games -- if you've the hard cash (and hard whatever) needed to join them?

Darrrel Winestein, the "Tattooed Man", is no longer available for extracurricular bookings -- for reasons detailed in circuSex.


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