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BY BART LOCART


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Nonfeasance of Gor
Tarl Cabot stakes his claim in the Law Courts of Gor. Drawing his mighty steel pen, Tarl takes on the unmanly Litigators of Freewomen who would deprive Tarl of his slave girl narnia who has filed suit against Tarl for violating the Master Slave Relationship Act of Gor by refusing to posses her bodily and in full.

E.R. of Gor
Tarl Cabot unsheathes his mighty steel scalpel in the primitive Emergency Rooms of Gor County General Salve and Poultice Tent. Tarl confronts the deadly Bazi plague by severing the limbs of its victims. Tarl proves his true nature as man and master by forcing all the nurse-slave girls to forsake their masters and take his collar.

Rock Star of Gor
Tarl Cabot deftly wields his mighty steel czehar across the grog-club circuit of Gor. Backed by his all-slave girl band the Stiffening Nipples, Tarl brings Earth rhythm to the counter earth. Along the way hundreds of free women strip off their veils and throw themselves at Tarl's feet screaming to be dominated.

Cowboy of Gor
Tarl Cabot unleashes his mighty steel bosk-prod trying to get his herd to market before the snow begins to fall. Assisted by an all-slave girl team of bosk-busters, Tarl and his loving slaves make the prairie their home proving that while the west may have been won on Earth, on Counter Earth, more than a few Yellow-kaiila Riders still roam the plains.

Bi-Sexual of Gor
Tarl Cabot hurls his mighty steel heterosexuality at the barriers of convention daring to engage in the Love of Men. A chance encounter in a dock side tavern leads Tarl down a dark and intriguing path of masculine will and cunning. Who will wear the collar? Who will submit!?

Husband of Gor
Tarl Cabot turns his massive steel keys in the locks of his slave girl's collars freeing them, against their will, from his domination. Following Tarl's harrowing adventures in Bi-Sexual of Gor, Tarl discovers that what he needs to be a whole man is the love of a woman who is his equal. After freeing his slave girls Tarl places a number of personal ads in the local weekly seeking a Free Consort who enjoys swordplay, conversations about philosophy and rough sex. Deb-o-rah, a member of the Guild of Litigators answers Tarl's ad leading Tarl to introduce the concept of Holy Union to the Counter Earth. This will be the 30th and final novel in the Gor series.




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