Dirty bastards (by Josephine Star)

An unforgeable tale of suspense, revenge and murder. Featuring a host of strong colourful characters whose lives are woven around one dastardly vile man.

 

Susan Palmer was not only gullible but completely clueless regarding the atrocities her new lover had committed. The petite eighteen-year-old with the long chestnut brown hair, high perky breasts and angelic face was besotted and couldn’t believe she’d snagged such a gorgeous hunk of manpie.

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Ronny Beltram swaggered through life, lying, cheating, brutalising the weak and causing havoc in the lives of anyone who was unfortunate enough to give him the time of day.

Finding himself broke and homeless, he couldn't afford to visit his usual haunts. His taste in sexual pleasure was far too risky, too edgy, to pick up any old run of the mill hooker. He’d learnt that years ago, after his first wife was accosted on her doorstep by a bruised and weeping young prostitute demanding money.

 

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Lindsey's Casey was brought up by rich but uncaring parents. One night she arrived home unexpectedly to discover a terrible secret, a secret that caused her to spend years in psychiatric institutions.

Lindsey’s cruel, twisted and conniving parents and their kinky son in law saw to it that pockets were lined generously to keep their daughter’s mouth shut and themselves from total disgrace and a life in prison. Lindsey is incarcerated in one mental facility after another until a kind nun takes her under her wing.

 

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Pam Jones loved women. She was particular in her taste. She hated loud brassy types. Being a tall elegant middle-aged lady herself, she found it funny that the girls she’d dated had all been young and of low stature. When she meets her petite neighbour, she struggles not to get involved until the tall good-looking red headed tyrant pushes his luck one step too far.

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Collaborator, translator, artistic designer: Paloma Planelles Baeza

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