They all came to Paradise Island. They arrived by plane and ship, some to live, some to work, but most to vacation. It was, in the words of a fulsome brochure issued by the islands tourist office, a heaven on earth where you can relax, forget the world outside and indulge all your passions. But the people who lived on the other side of the island had a different name for it. They called it Hell Island.
Far from the picture postcard world maintained for tourists by a harsh military dictatorship, was another world. There, bondage and bordellos, sex and sensuality, vice and vicious punishments awaited innocent young women who foolishly strayed from the haven of the tourist spots to see Paradise Island's forbidden dark side. For such women often encountered the Whore Master, and soon lost both their innocence and their lives.
A shocking depiction of the seamy underside of the tropical vacation lands most tourists never see -- and should always avoid.
About the Author
Novelist, essayist and poet.
Emy's work ranged from beautiful love laments to erotic short stories and novellas to full-length novels. Writing in many genres, Emy's distinctive voice covered humor, fantasy and mythology, as well as contemporary and historical work. Emy was a true Celt, born in the mountains of Wales. He lived in London for a while, and then settled on the remote coast of East Anglia.
Naso's motto was "Life is for today, writing is forever" -- but couldn't remember whether he adopted it after a deep study of philosophy or read it on the back of a cereal box!
Emy Naso died in April 2005, surrounded by the love of his friends and family.