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(66,000-word novel condensed in print to 266 pages.)MA: for mature readers (note: back cover has nudity, a 'rear view')Stephen Cooper moved to Atlanta to distance himself from tragedy; adjusting to an unexpected promotion, he gets embroiled in the murder of his predecessor and corporate espionage, complicated by his romantic liaisons.To fill the vacancies of the first seas(66,000-word novel condensed in print to 266 pages.)MA: for mature readers (note: back cover has nudity, a 'rear view')Stephen Cooper moved to Atlanta to distance himself from tragedy; adjusting to an unexpected promotion, he gets embroiled in the murder of his predecessor and corporate espionage, complicated by his romantic liaisons.To fill the vacancies of the first season, the cast is joined by:Bill Harris, a handsome, likable guy on the outside, but radiating coolness on the inside, the two cancel each other out.Rachel Willowicz, ridiculously stylish, her insecurities come to bear when she falls for the wrong guy.Dawn, a life-size version of a doll, from her big beautiful blue eyes, button nose, and pursed lips, all the way down to her shoes, pink patent leather sandals.In the form of a primetime television soap opera, each chapter is an episode, the book, a season. Mystery, intrigue, comedy, romance, and sex, with a cast of hot characters, straight, bisexual, and gay, and plots and subplots, all intertwine.This season, four will die . . . a beautiful waste of flesh.ATL Engineering - Season 1: Murder and Espionage (also available)ATL Engineering - Season 2 - A Beautiful Waste of Flesh...

Title : A Beautiful Waste of Flesh (ATL Engineering, Season 2)
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ISBN : 9781468036336
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 266 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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A Beautiful Waste of Flesh (ATL Engineering, Season 2) Reviews

  • scavola scavola
    2019-03-07 03:41

    Normally I wouldn't rate my own book, but doing it to counter Tim's rating. Check his bookshelf and see all the 'types' of books he gives one star, anything with 'gay' in it, or any book not Christian, or anything liberal. And he does so purely out of spite, as he doesn't read them.