Sunday, 26 March 2017

The Gods Of Our Time - Cothburn O'Neal

With Rusty it was always another fix...another woman


PANTHER BOOKS * 
FIRST PRINTING JANUARY 1964
LONDON, UK
FIRST PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY GIBBS & PHILLIPS 1962

"Oh, Rusty," she said. "Rusty, baby". She relaxed her grip and struggled to get her arms around my neck. I lifted her clear of the floor as my mouth found hers. Her lips were open, her tongue sweet and busy. 

"Hm-m-m," she moaned and pulled away slowly after long contact. She said "Now, Rusty, now!"

Rusty Meaghan had been a successful sportsman in college and was a talented musician. But suddenly he went on a mental bender in a 'beat' world of drugs, orgiastic parties, promiscuity-and tragedy.

*The publisher number is unreadable on my copy of this book.

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