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The Closed Circle

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Barney Parrish is the pen name of George Wolk, and you probably want a pen name when you're writing a Satanism cash-in this lurid and tawdry. The Closed Circle revolves around Lila Gerard who is described by the berserk back cover copy as, “Lila: Crazed or Possessed? Lila: Shy Bride or Wanton Bitch? By day, quietly religious, by night, lewd and possessed of a strange ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 190 pages
Published 1976 by Playboy Press
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Grady Hendrix
Mar 13, 2015 Grady Hendrix rated it it was ok
“Nancy Drew versus Satan” only with more scary oral sex, The Closed Circle is a crusty, musty paperback cash-in on the 70′s craze for Satanism and the occult. Written by Barney Parrish, the pseudonym of George Wolk (although why he needed a pen name I don’t know), this is the kind of cheap paperback that lives up to all the promise of cheap paperbacks: it’s a fast read that’s full of sex, sleaze, and reactionary attitudes.

Satan was big in the 70′s. The purported true stories of people who escape
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