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We, Monsters
We, Monsters
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  • Paperback
  • Jan.07.2014
  • 9780984260041

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Mistress Rose is her dominatrix name, at home she is just a mom and a wife. In her past... she has no past. From sugar cookies and private schools in a Silicon Valley idyll, to vinyl and stilettos in the underbelly of San Francisco; taunted by KGB specters from a cold-war Ukraine with its chestnut-tree-lined boulevards, bleeding cherries, and pungent scents; addicted to a double life-Rose is living through writing and writing through living. But when a dungeon client threatens to topple her elegantly orchestrated lies, Mistress Rose unleashes her inner monster.
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Mistress Rose is her dominatrix name, at home she is just a mom and a wife. In her past... she has no past. From sugar cookies and private schools in a Silicon Valley idyll, to vinyl and stilettos in the underbelly of San Francisco; taunted by KGB specters from a cold-war Ukraine with its chestnut-tree-lined boulevards, bleeding cherries, and pungent scents; addicted to a double life-Rose is living through writing and writing through living. But when a dungeon client threatens to topple her elegantly orchestrated lies, Mistress Rose unleashes her inner monster.

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About Zarina

Zarina Zabrisky is the author of short story collections IRON (Epic Rites Press) and A CUTE TOMBSTONE (forthcoming in 2013 from Epic Press) and a novel We, Monsters (forthcoming in 2013 from Numina Press). Zabrisky started to write at six. She wrote traveling around the world...

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Dec.21.2012

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