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The Killer Queens

by Michael Scott

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Gay pulp novel, very dated gay male erotic story of mercenaries in central and southern Africa. Quick and explicit gay male sex scenes every twenty or so pages. Considering the genre, the book has a readable story. Published in 1968, this pulp does not follow the usual morality tale formula, other than the younger man leaving the mercenaries to marry. ( )
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"Sexual desire," writes Dr. Erich Fromm, in his book, The Art of Loving, "Aims at fusion - and is by no means only a physical appetite, the relief of a painful tension. But sexual desire can be stimulated by the anxiety of loneliness, by the wish to conquer or be conquered, by vanity, by the wish to hurt and even to destroy, as much as it can be stimulated by love. It seems that sexual desire can easily blend with and be stimulated by any strong emotion, of which love is only one." The urge to kill was another, and Mike seemed more than amply equipped to handle both.
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"Diamonds," Mr. Kedogo said, he opened his hand, smiling at them quizzically.
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Back cover - Mike was one of the deadliest mercenaries in Africa. He had a passion for action which was rivaled only by his weakness for left-handed lust ...
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