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Algiers Tomorrow by P.N. Dedeaux
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Algiers Tomorrow

by P.N. Dedeaux

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Dedeaux is something of an acquired taste. His erotic writings, which always involve M/F and F/F chastisement of varying degrees of severity, can easily become fairly extreme. This one is towards the extreme end of the Dedeaux spectrum, with a considerable number of mercilessly punitive episodes. The book tells the tale of two senior ‘young ladies’ from a school at which sparing the rod is unheard of. They go off in search of erotic adventure, and quickly find themselves in Algiers, in the hands of criminals, one of whose ventures is the enslavement of women such as our two heroines and their schooling in what might be termed ‘extreme submission’. I would not wish to give away the resolution of the plot, but the words ‘frying pan’, ‘fire’ and ‘out of’ would surely figure! It is well written, highly erotic and there are some lighter-hearted touches reminiscent of ‘The Nothing Things’, but otherwise I would suggest this is one for Dedeaux’ (many) fans. ( )
  CliffordDorset | Feb 27, 2010 |
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