Perv – A Love Story

Literary Fiction

Author: Jerry Stahl

Fresh from the success of his hugely successful memoir, “Permanent Midnight”, Stahl makes his sensational fiction debut with this whacked-out, sometimes wrenching, tour de force that’s destined for cult-classicdom. Film and TV rights have been sold to Showtime for a two-hour movie and TV series.,,In 1970 sixteen-year-old Bobby Stark runs away with Michelle, who is escaping f….Read More

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