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I thought since I've been a little off the boil with updating the repository, to soft jump start things I'll set up an informal campfire in the form of a thread as a sort of a discussion list of recommendations, what I'm reading at the moment or plan to read in the future and various recommendations. As a note, this is separate from reading discussions at the Pulptoon forum as it mainly pertains to the Repository of Gynophagia literature at my site which I'd encourage folks to check out.

To view some of my book recommendations, visit: https://forbiddenfeast.com/repository-of-gynophagia-literature/mainstream-literature/

Or to read some of the stories at my curated list on my site which I plan to expand further, time willing, visit: https://forbiddenfeast.com/repository-of-gynophagia-literature/short-stories/
 
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Twistd

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I've just finished a group of decent detective novels where the antagonist have very "on-topic" diets. One by the acclaimed James Patterson with the title "Burn" and another by E.H. Reinhard called "Consumed". There's another called "Carnival Master" by Craig Russell. All are quite similar in that they're a small part of a larger crime-fighting series that are mostly pretty mainstream, but these particular touch on cases involving cannibalism. Reviews forthcoming.

If any of you out there have stumbled across any more decent books like these, I'd love to know.
 
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