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eBook Jeanette ePub

by Joe Simpson Walker

  • ISBN: 1907681108
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Joe Simpson Walker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chomu Press (July 20, 2011)
  • Pages: 408
  • ePub book: 1783 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1259 kb
  • Other: mbr lit doc txt
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 536

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Jeanette, a novel by Joe Simpson Walker.

Jeanette, a novel by Joe Simpson Walker.

Hallucinatory psychodrama. JEANETTE by Joe Simpson Walker. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

A snowstorm leaves Splash and her motorbike stranded in a desolate countryside. A brilliant collection of erotic short stories. Joe takes a ideways look at life and findsa erotic situations in the most unexpected of situations. A woman is faced with an intruderr in her flat - but he's not like any other intruder!

It's the early 1960s, a time when fetishism, bondage, masochism, transvestism and homosexuality are still condemned as perversions

It's the early 1960s, a time when fetishism, bondage, masochism, transvestism and homosexuality are still condemned as perversions. It's the early 1960s, a time when fetishism, bondage, masochism, transvestism and homosexuality are still condemned as perversions. Jeanette Hesketh is a troubled girl. Excluded from school after a mental breakdown, she has only one confidante: Mark Child, an attractive but dangerous young man.

Jeanette Hesketh is a troubled girl. Excluded from school after a breakdown, she has only one confidante: Mark Child, an attractive but dangerous young man. Their strange relationship is hidden from all around them, and Jeanette must find her way through a maze of secrets and betrayal, desires and disillusionment, fictions and confession, as she struggles for her sanity in a world of fear and forbidden longings. Format Paperback 408 pages.

Jeremiah "Joe" Jeannette (also Jennette) (August 26, 1879 – July 2, 1958) is considered one of the best heavyweight boxers of the early 20th century. Because he was African-American, he was not given a shot at the world heavyweight title, though he did win the World Colored Heavyweight Championship. Jeannette was born on August 26, 1879, in West Hoboken, New Jersey, which is now part of Union City, to Mena and Benjamin F. Jeanette, who worked for a local blacksmith.

Joe Simpson Walker writes intriguing stories with vivid backgrounds and characters you can really identify with

Joe Simpson Walker writes intriguing stories with vivid backgrounds and characters you can really identify with. Josephine Scott, erotic authoress Note-perfect in its period detail, Jeanette recaptures and broadens with a sly 21st century eye the grimy excitement of the pulp fiction of the era in which it is set. In its depiction of mental instability and sexual extremes, the novel achieves a balance of vision that is the result of deeply felt experience.

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Joe Simpson has experienced a life filled with adventure but marred by death. Probability is inexorably closing in. The tragic loss of a close friend forces a momentous decision upon him. It is time to turn his back on the mountains that he has loved. Never more alive than when most at risk, he has come to see a last climb on the hooded, mile-high North Face of the Eiger as the cathartic finale.

It's the early 1960s, a time when fetishism, bondage, masochism, transvestism and homosexuality are still condemned as perversions. Jeanette Hesketh is a troubled girl. Excluded from school after a mental breakdown, she has only one confidante: Mark Child, an attractive but dangerous young man. Their strange relationship is hidden from all around them, and Jeanette must find her way through a maze of secrets and betrayal, desires and disillusionment, fictions and confession, as she struggles for her sanity in a world of fear and forbidden longings. Family mystery. Black farce. Hallucinatory psychodrama. Kinky love story. JEANETTE by Joe Simpson Walker.