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Hustle-V9Hotel, motel, car seat – Donny and Big Rich don’t really mind as long as their tricks pay up and they can get their hands on some smack when their work is done. But understand this, though they’re male prostitutes working San Francisco’s Tenderloin district, neither is gay. So far so dirty but Rich has a plan that’ll help them out of the sex worker trap they’re in for good. He’s going to set it up so that Donny can film him having sex with a high flying lawyer who they’ll then blackmail.

What they don’t figure on is the man’s existing boyfriend, who happens to be a psychopath and who has his own plans for his legal eagle lover. It’s risque crime fiction par excellence with plenty of hardboiled bite delivered by the pen of Tom Pitts. Read the review here.

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