It began as a hobby, a remedy for cabin fever.
It became a creative obsession, a middle-age male fantasy come true.
It shocked the sleepy university town of State College, Pennsylvania, and turned Mullin's life upsidedown.
He tried to recapture the sexual innocence of hayrides and back seats. Instead, he created a scandal.
A fictionalized version of a real case, this gripping novel explores the lure of pornography, middle-age madness, the boundaries of consent, and prosecutorial misconduct. It also takes the reader on the topsy-turvy journey of T. Douglas Mullin's harrowing attempt to comprehend the role of women in his life.
Wry, ironic, surprising, "Photo Sessions" is a parable of our time.
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Published September 10, 2011
by Jon Michael Miller.
Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment.