Lady Sally Rudston-Chichester and the Silk Merchant of Samarkand
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Lady Sally Rudston-Chichester is on an expedition. Finding an account in a travel journal belonging to an ancestor, she reads of a marvellous weave of silk that apparently works like a kind of ancient-day Viagra. The possibilities of such a material intrigue her - both for tormenting her submissive slaves and for her own erotic pleasure. Rudston-Chichester travels to the exotic silk road city of Samarkand with her transvestite maid and one of her slaves in order to meet a silk merchant, Salah el-din-Mousawi. But will the properties of the silk be as potent and amazing as the silk merchant claims? Lady Sally is about to find out…
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