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By Mutual Consent

If we start out agreeing with Kevorkian,just how far are we prepared to go?

In By Mutual Consent,a beautiful young woman’s pathological fear of aging turns into a fixation with violent,erotic death. Using the internet,she has no difficulty finding men who would be only too happy to oblige.

IS mutual consent synonymous with moral sanction? And if,perchance,one falls in love with a person who wants only death,what constitutes the purest expression of that love?

Inspired by the real events commonly known as the “German Cannibalism Case”of Armin Meiwes,and Bernd-Juergen Brandes,this thought-provoking tale challenges the reader’s preconceptions of what constitutes true evil,weaving the dark and violent premise into a highly erotic,and unusual,story of love,conscience,and sacrifice.

Kindle edition available : here

Print edition available : here