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A wealthy businessman, Malcolm Foxworthy, has kidnapped both the only daughter and only son of business rival Harold Carter. His plan is simple: he wants to hurt Harold Carter very, very much. So, he arranges to have his daughter treated most cruelly and a video of her suffering to be sent to the man.

At the same time, on Malcolm Foxworthy's orders, a wonderfully evil band of women under the leadership of a man-hating, hard-nosed bitch named Brigitte has captured Carter's son, Simon, and is doing most unpleasant things to him. Those videos are also being sent to Mr. Carter so he can share in the suffering.

©2010 Strict Publishing International (P)2011 Mars Audio Books

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  • 07-14-13

Bonking S&M or just plain Bonkers ?

With two authors I felt that two different books were trying to be written here. It started off as a quite promising bondage scenario then after some casual murders morphed qickly into an all-action shooter. There is plenty of non-consensual sex but the story line though rather riduculous just about works and I certainly found it erotic. The narrator really struggled with the accents and the American ones were very flakey and all sounded the same. The Scottish one was quite authentic.
Overall quite entertaining!