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Fiction. A dentist from New Jersey, marooned at midnight in the Florida swamps, makes the mistake of falling into the clutches of a hilariously depraved family of amateur surgeons devoted to a 17th-century libertine whose discovery of an elixir has kept his evil presence alive for the past three-hundred years.
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Terry Richard Bazes is a graduate of Columbia College and has a Ph.D. in English Literature from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is the author of GOLDSMITH'S RETURN (White Pine Press, 1995) and and LIZARD WORLD (Livingston Press, 2011). His personal essays and fiction have appeared in a number of publications, including The Washington Post Book World, Newsday, Columbia Magazine, Travelers' Tales: Spain, Lost Magazine and Evergreen Review.From the Inside Flap:
A certain noble earl had need of a handsome, young, female carcass, for which specimen I would be excellently paid provided it be fresh and that the feet were shapely and unblemished . By nightfall, when I set about my work, it was raining. Thus begins the long association of a young medical doctor and his hilariously depraved American descendants with the notorious Earl of Griswold, a seventeenth-century libertine and connoisseur of smells whose discovery of an elixir in the Florida swamps will keep his evil presence alive for the next three-hundred years.
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