Implausible, shrill psycho-melodrama--starting when young Texas artist Andy Zachary is seduced by a lascivious mystery-woman, then trapped in kinky sex-games with the woman and her old lecher-comrade. . . whom Andy kills in self-defense. Worse yet, when Andy wakes up in the hospital (he himself was shot in the scuffle), he learns that the man he killed was churchly millionaire/philanthropist Shug Williams. . . and that the sexy mystery-woman is Williams' virginal daughter Hilary, a Sunday School teacher! Hilary convincingly denies all of Andy's allegations; he's charged with murdering Williams--and with three other thrill-killings, which were really done by the old man and his sex-zombie moll. So it's up to Andy's rugged brother Zack to somehow save Andy from the death-penalty and the slimy D.A.--who's hoping to win the governorship with a law-and-order crusade. How will Zack do it? By proving that Hilary is a multiple personality. He has sex with her (in one of her other identities); he digs up the trauma of her early life--and eventually breaks her down. . . while falling in love with the Sunday-School-teacher side of this three-faced woman. Super-crude but fairly energetic--with bad-imitation-Sybil psychology, tirades against religion (cf. Potter's foul Silence in Eden), and lots of dialogue along the lines of ""We're all goddamn sick, Andy. The fuckin' world's not worth saving.