Past Sins

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Cindy Kinney has decided no man would ever again control her mind or body. Her impotent husband, Brad, never knew she'd been a prostitute. Even worse, she'd enjoyed her work. Now she finds she is being lured back into the life. Frustrated and guilty, she tells Brad to either get help or get a lawyer. She flies to her mother, to give him time to decide, and escape from sensual temptations.

Brad, an independent CPA, gets a big contract from Tony...

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Cindy Kinney has decided no man would ever again control her mind or body. Her impotent husband, Brad, never knew she'd been a prostitute. Even worse, she'd enjoyed her work. Now she finds she is being lured back into the life. Frustrated and guilty, she tells Brad to either get help or get a lawyer. She flies to her mother, to give him time to decide, and escape from sensual temptations.

Brad, an independent CPA, gets a big contract from Tony DeRosa. Tony appears to be a conservative businessman, but is actually a vicious gangster. Tony, who was Cindy's first customer, doesn't know the Brad-Cindy connection. Tony trusts no one and thinks Brad is just too straight. He points Diana, his dominatrix assistant at Brad. She is DeRosa's weapon of choice in many business deals.

Diana sees Brad as her chance to break free of DeRosa, and embezzle his funds. She drugs and seduces Brad into becoming her sexual slave. Brad slips into a paradise that is really hell.

Soon Cindy is called home. The police say that Brad has been murdered. A poodle toting spinster witnessed the killing. The old lady implicated DeRosa.

Cindy's grief ends when she discovers Brad has been having sex with another of her Madame's whores. She also learns that Brad was working for DeRosa. Did DeRosa murder Brad? She turns to past lovers for support, putting them in mortal danger.

Cindy is getting mysterious night phone calls, and feels she is being followed. In desperation, she confronts DeRosa and is almost killed. The spinster and her poodle are killed. Cindy's Madame is murdered next after a brutal assault. The police are certain it is by a different killer.

Is Brad stillalive? Cindy and DeRosa suspect each other in his disappearance.

DeRosa goes berserk and starts killing anyone who may have helped Brad or Cindy.

Killing the cop was a big mistake.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425773373
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 8/28/2007
  • Pages: 212
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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