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Corporal Idaho [Paperback]

Devlin O'Neill
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3 Nov 2006

And now for something completely different from Devlin O'Neill:

In a deadly and not too distant future, Sergeant Cameron has the best job he can imagine-chief disciplinarian at a women's prison-and he is very good at his work. His Inmate Regulation Center resounds daily with the crack of the paddle, the wisp of the cane, and the heartfelt wails of unruly inmates as he sternly punishes bare bottoms. Even his fellow correctional officers-all female-are not exempt from the sting of leather or the heat of his palm on their squirming behinds when they misbehave-sometimes on purpose, hopeful of exactly that outcome and the steamy sex that follows.

Cameron paid heavily for his ideal employment, and he has the heroic credentials and the scars to prove it, but time is running out. The virus plague that fragmented the U.S. to small nation states rages still, as do the wars that started soon after. And decorated veteran that he is, Cameron must rejoin the fight. Although enemies surround his tiny republic, Cameron's toughest foe comes from within.

Corporal Idaho is hot literary erotica from a master of craft with the gloves off.

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (3 Nov 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0595415946
  • ISBN-13: 978-0595415946
  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 15 x 22.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,284,618 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Devlin O?Neill authored five erotic novels in the A Maid for All Seasons series, as well as two story collections, and two historical romances in collaboration with Georgia Lynd. Writing is his profession and his passion. He lives in southern California with his wife and Persian cat.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Marshall Lord TOP 500 REVIEWER
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This book was originally published in 2006 by iUniverse under the title "Corporal Idaho". This review was based on, and posted on the page for, the original edition. There is a version of this book available for kindle which is described as a "revised edition."

"Corporal Idaho" is an erotic thriller set in a near future world in which the USA has broken up and the area it once occupied now contains a collection of warring tin-pot successor republics.

Sergeant Cameron used to be a major, and a friend and trusted agent of the President of one of those successor states. But he's given up that role and taken a demotion to do a job he enjoys much more: chief discipline officer of a women's prison. However, the dangerous world he has left behind may yet come looking for him ...

In the words of Charles Dickens, "Those who like this sort of thing will find it the sort of thing they like."


Don't buy this if you already have the author's book "Detained & Corrected" or vice versa - it's the same book.

One of the worst publishing sins, which ought to merit at least a hundred years in the least pleasant area of purgatory, is to republish a book with a new title and without a clear warning of the name under which it was previously published to warn people who have already read it under the old title not to buy it again.

This book has more been re-released by Chimera with a new title, "Detained and Corrected" and a completely different cover, but as far as far as I can tell the text is identical.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Epic Adventure of the Highest Order 4 Feb 2012
By Michael Thorn, Alternative-Read Reviewer - Published on
After World War III in the not too distant future, the United States has collapsed into individual Republics that are at war with Canada and Mexico. There is also plague, scarcity of resources and a corrupt President to overcome. In the Republic of Ida-Regon, standing tall amongst this ruin and chaos, is legendary Sergeant - formerly Major - Cameron, who is a past Air Corps ace, present chief disciplinarian at a women's prison, and reluctant hero. Amid the Republic's turmoil and confusion Cameron has created his own paradise with the prison's Inmate Regulation Center, where he enjoys and excels at his work, as unruly women, be they prisoners or guards, come to know the stinging kiss of his paddle or cane. Cameron is ripped from his idyllic situation when his old friend, the President, "volunteers" him to fly a dangerous mission behind enemy lines to save the Republic. Can the President be trusted and is the mission all it seems, or is it intended to be a one way trip for Cameron?

'Corporal Idaho' is a unique and delightful mixture of futuristic action and adventure, romance and erotica by Devlin O'Neill, who is a master of the spanking genre, especially his classic 'A Maid For All Seasons' five volume series. The author smoothly and effortlessly expands from his known arena and provides the reader with an exciting, entertaining and erotic experience. He vividly paints a harrowing vision of a plague-ravaged, war-torn future while also delivering steamy sex and white hot spankings. He has created characters who are colorful and finely drawn. O'Neill channels Sam Spade via Humphrey Bogart in giving us the honorable, hard-bitten, tough-as-nails yet caring Sergeant Cameron.

One may question the many coincidences towards the end of the story, but if Charles Dickens found it an acceptable literary device then the reader should find it perfectly satisfactory here. For an extremely pleasurable and very gratifying read I highly recommend 'Corporal Idaho.'
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4.0 out of 5 stars Futuristic erotica with humor 15 Dec 2009
By Mark's Mom - Published on
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This is the first Delvin O'Neill book I've read. I will buy more. The futuristic setting does not dominate the plot. Cameron is a demoted military hero. His current assignment was a "gift" from the leader. Cameron enjoys the position as chief disciplinarian in a female prison. He has designed a stool that is used for serious offenders after they have been given 25 or more strokes with a belt, paddle or cane.

The tale is not all about his ability with tools. There is an interesting subplot revolving about the continuing conflict between Canada, Mexico and sections of the former United States. Even politics raises its ugly head. The end was a nice surprise. Cameron remains a hero and gets the girl(s).
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Corporal Idaho Review 23 Mar 2007
By Anne Martin - Published on
I just finished Corporal Idaho today and the whole book was so exciting, suspenseful, and a very good read. If you want something different Corporal Idaho is the one book you need to read! I couldn't put it down and it is not like the Maid series but still very enjoyable! If you like Devlin's books this is one more you should read!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it. 22 Mar 2014
By Jule Kijek - Published on
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Interesting read. This was my first book by this author. I had not read a book like this one and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Intense spankings by a man who knows how to dole them out. Lots of sex, including anal.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wild and wacky futuristic spanko lit 1 Feb 2011
By M. O'Blivion - Published on
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Hey, I've tried to develop an appreciation for Mr. O's books. I'm always searching for more literary spanko lit, which is how I would term his offerings. The guy's a talented writer, no doubt about that. But for my exacting tastes, only this one truly delivers.

The tale is a future fantasy fixating on harsh administrative punishments and illicit erotic discipline and sex between staff and inmates at a women's correctional institution after western N. America has nightmarishly fragmented into warring territories. It's got an inventive story line, strongly developed characters, some good place description, hard punishments, close to the bone sex scenes... there's just much to like in here.

It's all a steaming, fantastical hodgepodge... But for me this one rings truer than any of his other offerings. I've got it on my Listmania list, "A Spanko's Dozen," as being among my 13 favorite novels and movies in the more erudite spanking genre.

Corporal Idaho is M/F, and how! But if you're into futuristic spanko visions of post-apocalyptic America there's another such saga -- albeit from a strictly F/F angle. Also on my favorites list is the two-volume saga that's led off with Taking Pains [After the Change 1] and continued in After the Change, Volume II: At the Post.

And as long as we're talking about the interface between sci fi and spanking erotica... I might note that the Master Himself, Robert Heinlein, (for instance Stranger in a Strange Land) was responsible for whetting my and doubtless many other budding spankos' whistles. D.O.'s militarist vision here is, I think, admirably Heinleinesque.
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