WILMSLOW, England, April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
"It's arrived! The drug men have been waiting for! The drug that will finally set them free. Free from the world's ultimate temptation - women!"
The arena of sexual politics is blown wide open in Malcolm Storer's controversial new novel THE CURE - a black comedy about a heartbroken playboy who discovers the antidote to women in the Amazonian rainforest and markets it to the world. THE CURE explores the reasons behind men's devotion to women - why they worship them and why they go to extraordinary lengths to sleep with them - and how Mother Nature does her utmost to keep them hooked, imagining a world where sex is no longer the currency.
Malcolm Storer is a novelist, screenwriter and ghost-writer. Having ghosted the life stories of many Cheshire celebrities, he has gained an insight into the world of sex and glamour. His 1999 critically acclaimed novel The Wilmslow Comet has gone on to achieve cult status, prompting Eric Jackson, literary critic of the Manchester Evening News to describe it as, "The funniest, wittiest, most entertaining read you'll have this year or even, perhaps, this decade. Quite simply, The Wilmslow Comet knocks anything by Tom Sharpe or David Lodge into a cocked hat."