Better Than Sex: Confessions of a Political Junkie Trapped Like a Rat in MR Bill’s

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Author: Hunter S. Thompson

This is the saga of what happens to campaign junkies behind the scenes of a victorious American presidential campaign. The book follows their orgies, their despair, and finally their terror when they abandon all hope as the forces of darkness close in and make them prisoners in their own White House, where they cry out like doomed animals. As he has done in such texts as F….Read More

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