Don't Call Me Madame (Peter Chambers, Book 26)

Don't Call Me Madame (Peter Chambers, Book 26)

Henry Kane


the sport of homicide: it's now not a stunning video game. The avid gamers are bizarre. They don't slot in with basic humans, brilliant people—people who don't get a kick out of shoving within the knife, ripping in the course of the flesh, seeing the brilliant pink spurt ... Peter Chambers is aware the sport of homicide. He's no longer a player—more of a referee. He sees all of them: the homicide for revenue, the homicide for enjoyable. occasionally he's at the receiving finish. And whilst intercourse will get combined with homicide, it's nearly sufficient to make a man hand over sex—for an afternoon or .

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