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Beastly Behaviour by Aishling Morgan

Beastly Behaviour

by Aishling Morgan

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One of Morgan's finest parodies, this blends elements of The Hound of the Baskervilles and The Wolfman to ribald effect, and features a rather transparently disguised Holmes. Spankings and rogerings aplenty, described with the usual gusto. Morgan knows the genre fiction he is parodying inside out, and his affection for it shines through as ever. ( )
  LordBangholm | Jul 21, 2012 |
Here the redoubtable Aishling Morgan presents us with a magnificent erotic parody of a gripping Sherlock Holmes yarn, concerning scary beasts of human and other sorts on Dartmoor. Convoluted family histories and family secrets combine with the youthfully lusty urges of the younger generation to provide a vigorous romp involving several of the principal characters, both aristocratic and lower class, in frequent situations that lay bare their overheated emotions. Punitive sanctions of the corporal variety notwithstanding, much enjoyment is experienced by all! ( )
1 vote CliffordDorset | Sep 23, 2009 |
Not exactly great literature, but an attempt to plagiarise classic horror fiction and make it erotic. Includes a smattering of Arthur Conan Doyle. ( )
  johnthefireman | May 13, 2007 |
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