Christopher Hart's first novel, The Harvest (1999), earned critical comparisons with Thomas Hardy, D H Lawrence, and V S Naipaul, and was short-listed for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. His second, Rescue Me (2001), was a love story described as 'truly beautiful and moving almost to tears' (The Guardian). Since 2001, he has written four historical novels under the pseudonym of William Napier; the last three are a best-selling trilogy about Attila the Hun and the fall of the Roman Empire. He has worked as literary editor of the Erotic Review (where most of the stories in Rogering Molly first appeared) and, as a journalist, agony aunt for Time Out. He now writes as lead theatre critic for The Sunday Times.
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Rogering Molly and Other Stories
From the small market towns of mid-Wales to the narrow streets of ancient Babylon, from a lofty Singapore penthouse (with a rooftop the size of Surrey) to a woodland shack deep in the forests of Transylvania, the sexual predators are afoot, and...they're hungry.
Christopher Hart's debut collection of erotic short stories is a sensual treat for any erotica fan.
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