Leather Officer is the baddest leatherman in San Francisco. He keeps a stable of slaves for his ego to play with. He's unethical, sadistic, dangerous. Officer Max is equally bad. But Officer Max has morals inextricably linked to his dominance. Little Mike, Alan, and Dick are the pawns in between the
You can almost feel the roar of the motorcycles and the crack of whips. The description of The Trough lets you know the author has frequented more than a few leather-watering holes. The hands-on approach to each man's gear also suggests a knowledgeable participant. You can almost smell the polish ru
"Copslaves" - the very title conjures up images of big black-leathered and tall booted motor cycle officers and their beefed-up slave boys. Alan Goes' story more than lives up to its name, with exciting action revolving around two Masters in the secret Leather world and bars of San Francisco and t
About the Author
Alan G. Goes was born in Chicago in 1946 and was educated there and at Berkeley. He has resided in coastal Northern California since 1965. His several careers have included Military Policeman (US Army – Viet-Nam and New York City), Forester, Bus Driver, Leathercop Escort, and now, Author. The author’s boyhood obsessions with soldiers, bodybuilders, gunslingers, brutal paramilitary police, weapons, tall boots, black leather, and big motorcycles have only become more intense with time. He discovered Folsom Street in San Francisco in 1974 in much the same way as does the character Little Mike in Copslaves. Several decades of hanging out in leatherbars and investigating dimly lit back alleys have proved that the reality of leathermen and their interactions definitely exceeds fantasy. The author now resides just off Folsom Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. He is happily partnered to one of the top men on the planet and enjoys the friendship of a fine circle of men and women whose enrichment is his main focus.