Touchy and Feely - Graham Masterton Reviews
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by - written on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Spending more time on the book forums of Readitswapit recently has meant, once again, I am discovering more titles and authors I might not otherwise have read. Though I am something of a Graham Masterton fan, this was one I had not heard of before, the first in a series about psychic Sissy Sawyer, and the synopsis given by one of the members on RISI both amused and intrigued me. Apparently one of the characters has an accident with an axe, removes the tips of three of his fingers, attaches them back with band aids then loses them again during sex!!!! Thankfully there is more to the story than that but, as you can probably guess, the book has been written with it's tongue Read the complete review
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