Lights! Stage! Action!
Upon arriving in Paris, Jonathan Woodcock was hoping for a chance to relax from his arduous travels across Europe and put his numerous sexual experiences with the forces of darkness behind him.
But he soon learns that the local opera house is under siege by a villainous and musical ghost, a spectral haunter with plans to steal the limelight all for itself—and it has its eyes set on poor Mr Woodcock!
It seems that Jonathan’s days as an experienced monster-shagger are to be tested once more—but will he be able to evade the lure of the stage and don his sheer silk panties (yes, you read that right, and he looks so good in them!) for the right cause? Or will he be enthralled by the Phantom like so many others before him?
The Drag Queen of the Opera is a 15,000-word novella.
About the Author
Born in Glasgow, Justin MacCormack lives on the South coast of England in the city of Portsmouth with a collection of pet rats. His hobbies include alternative cinema, comic books, tabletop roleplaying games (in particular "Vampire: The Masquerade") and photography. The first book he ever bought was "Vault of the Vampire", a Fighting Fantasy choose-your-own-adventure story which he saved up for two weeks to buy, at the age of seven. This resulted in him acquiring a keen interest in the dark side of narrative fiction. He has written an extensive collection of dark fantasy and horror fiction, and now intends to inflict it upon the general population.