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Blood Moon by Darwin Porter

Blood Moon

by Darwin Porter

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Blood Moon is about passion, betrayal, and murder among the very rich and powerful, some of whom happen to be gay. It's about the false gods of power, wealth, and physical beauty. It's an epic tale about depravity in the glittery, glamorous, and sometimes tawdry world of South Florida. A dazzling and jarringly original erotic thriller. I've been marked for life by the red-hot images of Blood Moon's Gene Robinson and, more raptly, of Buck Brooke II. It reads like an IMAX spectacle about the power of male beauty, with red-hot icons, a breathless climax, and erotica that's akin to Anais Nin on Viagra with a bump of meth. --Eugene Raymond, former staff writer for After Dark. Blood Moon is a book with BIG cojones. Like a Doberman's teeth ripping into flesh, and within a spunky context of male eroticism, it exposes the murky labyrinths of fanatical Christianity in America today. If you ever thought that sex, psychosis, right-wing religion, and violence aren't linked, think again, and read this spellbinder. --Toro. In 2004, during a re-organization and a re-branding of their company, Blood Moon Productions, Ltd. actually re-named their company after this book. In 2008, a British reading group, Boiz Who Read designated this title as one of the ten best suspense novels ever written.

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