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Peeper

SJ Smith

Publisher: Sinful Press

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WARNING: Contains sexually explicit scenes and a healthy dose of sarcasm. Adam 'Jenks' Jenkins' carefree life as a small-time private investigator is about to get very complicated. There's something 'off' about his new client, but work is hard to come by in the Welsh town of Llanrhos, and the return is far above his usual paygrade. All he has to do is find a mystery woman and retrieve a set of sexually explicit photographs. Sounds easy. Too easy. Jenks' sanity is tested as the case drags him ever deeper into the dangerous world of Veronica Tailor, where blackmail, seduction and threats of violence run rife. Even his home life is affected as his wife's obsession with Veronica sends her libido into overdrive. Will Jenks ever solve the case? Will his wife become a lesbian? Will he ever manage to get some sleep?

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