Louis Lughouser, Private Eye: the Blonde Bombshell Jake Napier

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Louis Lughouser, Private Eye: the Blonde Bombshell  by  Jake Napier

Louis Lughouser, Private Eye: the Blonde Bombshell by Jake Napier
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In “The Case of the Blonde Bombshell” the private eye is hired by a fabulously voluptuous blonde whose kid sister has gone missing. The nineteen year old country girl is loose in the big city and who knows what she might be getting up to.

LughouserMoreIn “The Case of the Blonde Bombshell” the private eye is hired by a fabulously voluptuous blonde whose kid sister has gone missing. The nineteen year old country girl is loose in the big city and who knows what she might be getting up to. Lughouser agrees to find her. But what appears to be a simple missing person case soon spirals into a web of adultery, smuggling, blackmail and murder.As for the sister, she turns out to be the biggest surprise in the whole case. The feisty little tramp is a wildly promiscuous and coquettish ball of fire. It takes a man like Lughouser to handle her and when they join forces anything might happen.BDSM erotic fantasy fiction meets hardboiled American detective fiction plus a hefty dose of humour in this tale of the toughest, most cynical, most ruthless and two-fisted of all the private detectives who walk the mean streets of California in the late 1940s.

The hoodlums are vicious, the girls are luscious, and Lughousers talent for the exploitation and betrayal of beautiful women makes him a dangerous man to be around. Assisted by his devoted and adoring secretary, Irma, whose body is as blissful as her love for Lughouser is masochistically submissive, the big guy takes on a case that is sexy, comical, and outrageously hardboiled.STRICTLY FOR ADULTS ONLY.

(Female submission / male domination erotica.) This humorous short story is totally and utterly a work of fantasy fiction and should not be confused with anything even remotely resembling real life. Obviously.



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