Magdalena the Sinner by Lilian Faschinger
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A seductress disguised in a nun's habit kidnaps a priest and confesses to murdering her eccentric lovers when they no longer satisfied her, in a controversial, erotic novel that encompasses feminism, Catholicism, and sexual politics. National ad/promo."

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Published September 5, 1997 by Harper. 320 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Despite its chill artiness and glib anticlericalism, Faschinger's comic fairy tale and third novel (her first to be translated into English) is a finely crafted exploitation of the power of language to charm and to provoke.

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Magdalena Leitner confesses at length to a young priest she has kidnapped, gently gagged, and tied to a tree in Magdalena the Sinner.

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