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Author: Lance Horner
ISBN: 0449032361
Publisher Fawcett Gold Medal X3236; First Edition edition (1975)
Language English
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by Lance Horner


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Bastard offspring of an Octoroon wench and a passing stranger. In New Orleans they called him Jeff Carson. No one there suspected that this handsome.

Lance Horner's novels are irredeemable filth. No wonder I love them! However, the storytelling spark which sustained earlier efforts seems to be lacking here. Horner races through the lurid proceedings by rote and rushes toward, what feels like, a hastily concocted and unsatisfying resolution.

Book in the Golden Stud Series). Select Format: Paperback. Mass Market Paperback. No one there suspected that this handsome, red haired young rogue with the beguiling smile was a runaway black. Certainly not the sex starved widow who was the key to his new future. Nor Jean Lafitte, the pirate, who trusted him. Not even Chloe, the beautiful slave girl who loved him.

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ISBN 10: 0449032361 ISBN 13: 9780449032367.

The Bastard offspring of an Octoroon wench and a passing stranger. In New Orleans they called him Jeff Carson. No one there suspected that this handsome, red haired young rogue with the beguiling smile was a runaway black. Certainly not the sex starved widow who was the key to his new future. Nor Jean Lafitte, the pirate, who trusted him. Not even Chloe, the beautiful slave girl who loved him. No one, not even his mistresses - had ever seen the tell tale brand on his back; the mark that could betray him to the world.
Unsoo
Covers and Binding of this Book/Novel are in very Good Condition especially considering it's a 40 Year Old Paperback that was Mass Produced and not expected to be a Collectable or Read more than Twice.
I'm trying to Replace some of the Books that were Storm Damaged and Ruined Several Years Ago.
I never Read this One. My Mother Read these Antebellum Themed Slave/Master Pulp Melodramas, which were Popular a couple of Decades Back.
I'm Happy to have it!
AfinaS
racy and fun
Mejora
Got this as a gift for my sister, who remembered our mother's stash of Falconhurst books when we were kids. Our first introduction to "adult" popular fiction, quite shocking for the times!
Anasius
I would recommend this book to persons who love reading these books that have such steamy, rich and compelling story
Gadar
racy and fun
Rocksmith
Must be a mistake, I did not order this book.
Zeueli
Born of an octoroon and a red-headed travelling salesman, Bricktop aka Jefferson Carson, is a runaway slave trying to make his way in the world by any means. He'd been a pimp before, but decided it took too long to turn that into big money. Not sure what to do, his answer arrives in the person of widow Mrs. Latimer, who has cash flow written all over her. After a night passionately spent, Jeff is paid for services rendered with a letter of introduction to Dominique You, a higher-up in Jean Lafitte's pirating organization. Soon Jeff is hired on as a judge of black flesh-- irony of ironies-- his first mission having him sent to Havana to buy a few hundred slaves for Lafitte and Co. And good thing he does have a job, because he's fallen head-over-heels for Chloe, a woman of the night at Madame Hortense's Riding Academy, and was told he could buy her for five thousand dollars. He'd need that money for his ho.

Picaresque in style, Golden Stud is a raunchy, humourous book about a man who wants nothing in life but sex and money. Amoral, a skilled lover, clever enough but not too clever, Jeff Carson is an amusing man to read about. The characters in his orbit are equally amusing. I especially liked Captain MacFarland and his seaman slang, as well as Vincente, Jeff's "adopted" Cuban street urchin.

Some may have a problem with the fact that Jeff repeatedly, in detail, sleeps with an eleven-year-old girl, and that he buys sex for a nine-year-old boy, not to mention the casual disregard for the slaves' humanity (and from one who'd been a slave himself!), so just be warned this book is not politically correct. If that doesn't scare you away, you're in for a good read-- as weird as it sounds after what I've just described, but it's true. One of the best I've ever read!
The main protagonist - Jeff Carson- portrays a man of laziness and greed - taking advantage of rich lonely women. He trades sexual favors for items of wealth. Regardless of his race, in this time and age, he would be called a gigolo. It portrays how gullible women of that era were for the smallest bit of sexual attention. As for the writing style, it was just your regular old potboiler - a couple of scenes involving sex described in graphic detail with a faint hint of mystery. I am a fan of books about the civil war era, but this one was mediocre. The stud is not so golden.