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Steve Crow is an uncomplicated egregious man who thanks to the exertions of others has somehow become a sought after man in the community. Failure never perturbs him as he has a firm belief that he lives in a land of easy opportunity with bountiful pickings. His success is all due to a gregarious roguish persona making him instantly likeable to anyone seeking hedonistic fun; helping him to open doors to enjoy the labours of others and partake in the good things in life without experiencing the disadvantages that can be associated with them. The path he follows always leads to riches and never takes him back from where he came.
The veneer of civilisation cloaks his activities as he travels through all milieus in search for someone or something to exploit. Observing the banality and self-delusion that lies behind most social behaviour, he maximises his personal gain at the expense of anyone seeking reassurance. A telling tale about how the right instincts and traits can allow someone to succeed no matter the circumstances or the absurdity of the risk-taking to achieve intuitive self-serving goals.
Individuals with a complete disregard for everything deemed civilised can thrive and do accomplish their dreams with the connivance or the mutual benefit of others. They seek out fragile people by instinct and are indifferent to the chaos they leave in their wake. It is about the silliness that some people get away with and the pain others bring upon themselves. This is a reminder that unless forcibly stopped or deterred from exploiting the beneficence of individuals or society amoral people will exploit everything for their own ends.
This is a story about such a reprobate and his women.
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Book Description The Misty Tree. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0992934044