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  • Atala

    François-René de Chateaubriand

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 20 Décembre 2012

    The first great American novel, albeit one written by a Frenchman. Chateaubriand's classic tale of Indian amours was, with Lewis' The Monk and Coleridge's opium dealer, the inspiration for all Romantic works to follow.

  • Black No More

    George Schuyler

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    What would happen to the race problem in America if black people turned white? Would everybody be happy? These questions and more are answered in George Schuyler's satiric romp. This is the story of Max Disher, a black rogue of an insurance man who, through a scientific transformation process, becomes Mathew Fisher, a white man. Matt dreams up a scam that allows him to become the leader of the White Knights of Nordica, and marry the caucasian gal who rejected him before his change.

  • Anglais Fowlers End

    Gerald Kersh

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    An amazing comic novel by Kersh (Night and The City). It's the tale of a young man who enters the peculiar underworld of Cockney Theatre, and quickly finds himself wrapped up in scams, treachery, nitro-glycerine and midgets. This bawdy, rollicking novel, featuring in Sam Yudenow the most fittingly peculiar dialogue since Sheridan's Mrs. Malaprop graced the stage, is the last to be written by Kersh. Published in 1957, only a year after The Ginger Man's runaway success in London, the work may have suffered by its release from a mainstream UK publisher. (Where were the censors?)

  • Anglais The American Express

    Gregory Corso

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Beat poet Corso's only novel. Inspired by his days in Europe, anxiously waiting for royalty checks and advances that were slow to appear, this freewheeling and farcical tale is the account of a birth in AmEx, and what came of it. With illustrations by the author. First published 1961 as No. 85 in the Traveller's Companion Series. Never reprinted.

  • Anglais Five Men

    Tiffany Boots

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 19 Janvier 2013

    This book consists of six tales of lechery, five of them related to Tiffany Boots by successful men from different walks of life, and one told by Mr. Boots himself, during a "cruise around the world back in 1901." As the six men sat absorbed in their cognacs in the smoking salon aboard their ocean-liner, their thoughts naturally turned to that most fascinating of all topics-Women.

  • Anglais History of Flagellation

    Anon Anonymous

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Janvier 2013

    A period will, sooner or later, arrive, at which the disciplining and flagellating practices even now in use and which have been so for so many centuries, will have been laid aside, and succeeded by others equally whimsical. And while the men of those days will overlook the defects of their own extravagant customs, or perhaps even admire the rationality of them, they will refuse to believe that the practices of which accounts are given in this work, ever were in use among mankind, and even matter of great moment among them. The design, therefore, is effectually to remove all doubts in that respect, by handing down to them the flower and choice parts of the facts and arguments on the subject. This book will likewise be extremely useful to the present age; and it will in the first place be so, the subject being considered in a moral light. The numerous cases that are produced in this book, of disciplines which offenders of all classes, kings as well as others, have zealously inflicted upon themselves, will supply a striking proof of that deep sense of justice which exists in the breasts of all men; and the reader will from such facts conclude, no doubt with pleasure, that even the offenders of the high rank we have just mentioned, notwithstanding the state by which they were surrounded, and the majestic countenance which they put on, sometimes in proportion as they more clearly know that they are wrong, are inwardly convinced that they owe compensation for their acts of injustice. If considered in a philosophical light, this work will be useful to the present age, in the same manner as we have said it would be to posterity. The present generation will find in it proofs, both of the reality of the singular practices which once prevailed in various countries, and are still in full force in many others, and of the important light in which they have been considered by mankind. They will meet with accounts of bishops, cardinals, popes and princes, who have warmly commended such practices; and will not be displeased to be moreover acquainted with the debates of the learned on the same subject, and with the honest, though opposite, endeavours of a Cerebrosus and a Damian, a Gretzer and a Gerson.

    Lavishly illustrated.

  • Anglais Les Liaisons Dangereuses (The Dangerous Liaisons)

    Choderlos De Laclos

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 3 Janvier 2013

    Published in 1782, just years before the French Revolution, Les Liaisons Dangereuses is a disturbing and ultimately damning portrayal of a decadent society. At its centre are two aristocrats, former lovers, who embark on a sophisticated game of seduction and manipulation to bring amusement to their jaded existences. While the Marquise de Merteuil challenges the Vicomte de Valmont to seduce an innocent convent girl, the Vicomte is also occupied with the conquest of a virtuous married woman. But as their intrigues become more duplicitous and they find their human pawns responding in ways they could not have predicted, the consequences prove to be more serious, and deadly, than Merteuil and Valmont could have guessed.

  • Anglais The Rock Pool

    Cyril Connolly

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 3 Janvier 2013

    In this engaging satire of the British upper class, a smug young literary man from Oxford joins an international group of artists and writers on the French Riviera, intending to study them as if they were aquatic organisms in a pool--with unexpected results.
    First published in 1936 by Jack Kahane's Obelisk Press.

  • Anglais The Double Door

    Theodora Keogh

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 3 Février 2013

    Candy de Tudelos, the lovely young daughter of a degenerate, self-styled Spanish aristocrat was cloistered from the realities of the world by her lonely existence in an imposing New York mansion. One day she ventured into the sinister house next-door, which her father had peopled with a corrupt and decadent group of associates. There she met an earthy young laborer, and in a brief and bitter love affair learned the meaning of the ugly secrets which had poisoned her life.

  • Anglais The Fascinator

    Theodora Keogh

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 27 Janvier 2013

    ELLEN HUNTER: Well married; Educated; Intelligent; Sensitive; Introspective; And bored.
    Until Zanic came into her life. She didn't like his ugliness. She didn't like his raw strength. And she fought with every tense nerve of her senses the brutal peasant vitality she found so delicately seductive.

  • The Naked and Monique

    Anon Anonymous

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Plaything of the Third Reich!
    A scarlet study of erotic opportunism, The Naked and Monique is a powerful tale of a young voluptuary who saw the Nazi occupation of France as a chance for sexual and economic gratification.

  • The Pleasures of Bankruptcy

    Pierre Le Valle

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Well. This rather stunning work is the tale of a dark and evil banker who, holding notes on a local dressmaker, educates her on the perils of capitalism through hand, mouth, switch and other appendages. This is a pre-bankruptcy reform act work, so payment in full is required, and the entire family's liable for the principle, with interest.

  • Ethan Bowles, Dirty Old Man

    Michael Jerome

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Ethan was facing the fact that he belonged to a species fast on its way to extinction. How can you be a success as a dirty old man if people aren't shocked by your lechery? In the post-Kinsey world, he was just laughed at.
    Then Ethan discovered he had strange powers. Whatever he wanted, he not only got--but women were eager to give it to him. He turned New York into a one-man Roman orgy.

  • The Great Performance

    Mullin Garr

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Sex and the Hollywood scene? In a Mullin Garr book? That's a reach for him...
    Kidding. This is one of the author's better books, and though Mr. Garr in some of his novels, didn't always bring the goods (we're speaking of the Greenleaf's here, of course), in this particular work, well, he does live up to the cover.

  • Big Man in the Saddle

    Mullin Garr

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Surprising western adventure about a Irish immigrant, fresh from the wars but not out of trouble, seeking to make a go of things out west. He also makes a go with a Mexican cutie, and, for most of the story, finds himself tangled up with innocent twins... well, maybe not so innocent.
    Of course, it's near impossible for him to choose between them. But luckily, that situation resolves itself nicely.

  • Travels With Marcy

    Marcus Van Heller

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 30 Août 2013

    One of the rarest of the later van Hellers, possibly only a TC edition. It's the story of the physical and emotional wanderings of a young woman, and the many, many partners she meets along the way.

  • Big Woman

    Mullin Garr

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    The tale of two Joes. Joe Baker, a buff and endowed Bosun's Mate on shoreleave meets Jo, an under-dressed artist. The Big Woman of the title, Ms. Jo is nearly 6', round in all the right places, but with the firm hands and lean muscle of a professional artist. The two nearly hit things off, but Jo's shy, with a secret inside her. Joe salves his wounds with a couple of her friends, and some other lasses along the way, but his size means he'll never be truly satisfied... unless, maybe, it turns out Ms. Jo is of the right dimensions.

  • Sunday Kind of Love

    Mullin Garr

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Another strong early effort by author Garr. First printed by Olympia in '68, it's the story of the author behind hardboiled Sam Sunday, and how our hero handles his wife--and his women--the way Sam would.
    As a special bonus, we learn in this book that "Mullingar" is a little town in County Westmeath, Ireland.

  • Lightning Rod

    Mullin Garr

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    In L.A., a Latino boxer finds an easier way to pay the bills while training. He puts his skills to work in the ring and in the bedroom, with an elaborate, unscheduled training session down in Baja. Excerpted in the Second Reader.

  • It Happened at Boarding School

    Kenneth Harding

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 24 Janvier 2014

    Harding returns with this tale of a 27-year-old virgin who finally completes her education.

  • Sex Substitute

    Eve Linkletter

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 23 Janvier 2014

    Sex Substitute is the diary of a 35-year-old woman named Peggy, a "butch" lesbian who has a thing for young lipstick lesbians, who keeps getting hurt and betrayed, often when a lover turns to a man, as we see in the first chapter. She's worried about being one of those old lonely dykes who chase young tail. Her rival and friend, a woman named Johnny who hooks on the side for money, tells Peggy that true love and ever-lasting lesbian relationships are impossible for women like them, and she should take the "love them and leave them" route.

  • The Big Snatch

    Abdul Rachman

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    Tale of an African prince who plots world domination through kidnappings and sexual control.

  • World Where Sex Was Born

    Peter Kanto

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 7 Février 2013


    On the exploratory starship Swinger, Captain Asa Smith's crew soar through the cosmos and pass their off-hours with help of a state-of-the-art sensualizer. But a new world awaits the brave, a planet with a buried secret of lust, sensuality and decadence heretofore unknown to man.

  • Plantation Heat

    Anon Anonymous

    • Disruptive publishing
    • 25 Janvier 2013

    Story of wild doings in the pre-Civil War South, told through the eyes of belle Regine, with kinfolk and slaves playing quite the role. For you pirate buffs, there are scenes in the tawdry capital of Port Royal as well.

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