A Town-Bull recounts the exploits of New York city slicker Bob Sterling, recently wiped out by the stock exchange crash. Travelling back to the southern state in which he grew up, our well endowed hero will wile away his time plying the local lady folk with a damned fine rutting. Amongst maids, and housewives, débutantes, and mistress, many a lascivious deed is done, and his reputation spreads far and wide.
Settling thus in his fabled Elysian Fields, where race, religion, age, experience, are no barriers to sexual empowerment, all will lose themselves in the wildest of abandons in orgiastic scenes of a scale Bacchanalian. From plantations to teaching institutions to society soirées, Mr Sterling will satisfy the lusts of all.
This rare State-side turn of the century tome is perhaps one of the most debauched in the Locus Elm Collection, and tips a knowing nod to it’s Victorian erotic cousins across the Atlantic. Replete with graphic descriptions of many a coupling, this work will be sure to shock and titillate as it did over a century ago.