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Women's Prison - cover

Women's Prison

Enrico Cinaschi

Publisher: Enrico Cinaschi

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Summary

Nina is not a saint, not really. But neither is she a leading criminal figure, something of which the policemen who seize a large quantity of narcotics from her seem to have been convinced instead, arresting her and taking her to jail, where her stay will prove to be extremely harsh because of the sexual abuse inflicted on her by other inmates. 


At least until the boss's woman takes a fancy to her....
Available since: 10/18/2022.
Print length: 16 pages.

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