Military Discipline

Military Discipline

by Aaron Travis

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Two stories about the rigors of military discipline from the writer the Bay Area Reporter calls "the best #$@%-stiffening author in the land."

Set at a private military college, "Academy" recounts the torments inflicted on first-year cadet Terry Tomson, private plaything of the Biggest Man on Campus, the ruthless A.J. Richter. When Mr. Melville, the Academy’s chief librarian, decides to spy on the proceedings, the hazing turns hair-raising.

Richter is back, this time as a sergeant, in "Latrine Marine," exacting hellish discipline on a hungry young recruit fresh from the farm and eager to serve.

Special Bonus to this edition: "Mama, Marino, ¡Mama!"—the Spanish-language version of "Latrine Marine."

Susie Bright: "When people ask me what great erotic literature is, I say: It's a matter of taste—and memory. But if you are looking for expert craft, you couldn’t go wrong with Henry Miller…Pauline Réage’s 'Story of O'…Aaron Travis…They take my breath away."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014334204
Publisher: The Aaron Travis Erotic Library
Publication date: 03/11/2012
Series: The Aaron Travis Erotic Library , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 120 KB

About the Author

AARON TRAVIS's first erotic story appeared in 1979 in Drummer magazine. The dozens of stories and short novels he produced over the next fifteen years received extravagant praise from readers and critics. Susie Bright called "Blue Light" "perhaps the most fantastic supernatural erotic thriller ever written," and Michael Bronski declared the gladiator novel SLAVES OF THE EMPIRE "a high point of gay male writing in the second half of the twentieth century." His story "The Hit" (included in the short novel KIP) was voted the #1 erotic story of the decade by readers of Susie Bright's Best American Erotica series.

Travis stopped writing erotic fiction in the early 1990s and moved on to another career. The paperback editions of his work are now expensive collector's items, but all the Aaron Travis stories were made available in new ebook editions in 2012.

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