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51 Shades of Maggie Liverpool Style - A Liverpool parody of 50 Shades of Grey - cover

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51 Shades of Maggie Liverpool Style - A Liverpool parody of 50 Shades of Grey

Leesa Harker

Publisher: Blackstaff Press

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Summary

Leesa Harker’s fabulous Liverpool-based parody of 50 Shades tells of the adventures of White Lightning-swigging Maggie Muff, who meets Mr Big at the Dole Tall, dark and shaggable he may be, but his interests are far from conventional, and when he introduces Maggie to the Red Room of Pain she realises that she may have bitten off more than she can chew.
 

 
 
If you’re looking for books like 50 Shades of Grey, but want something funnier, filthier and set in the heart of Liverpool, this is the perfect book for you. The inspiration for the sell-out play, starring Dannielle Malone.

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