It’s a story as old as time itself. In the novel Hooked, John Franc (a pseudonym) delves into a sordid world of a group of well-to-do men as they frequent their sophisticated city’s brothels. The men remain nameless throughout, only identified by a few physical traits or affectations, their true identities not that crucial to the overall story. What is important here are the very comfortable, somewhat sterile, lives they’re leading, complete with wives, families, nice homes and all.
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