Dutch by design from his father, American citizen by way of his mother, Jacob Weiner became a teacher, an undercover agent for Homeland Security,
and a male prostitute. The characters in this book may seem outrageous. Many of the situations may seem extreme, but neither the characters, nor the situations are any more outrageous or extreme than those encountered in real life. As such, however, this book about Jacob Weiner's life is intended for a mature adult audience.
This volume covers Jacob's life from birth to age 26, when he was sleep- walking through life, trying to make the best of what came his way. Because of his genetic mutation, which would forever be linked with his last name, many of his life experiences turned out to be less romantic than they were erotic. Because of his indomitable spirit, he transcended circumstances which would likely have killed other men. Inevitably, Jacob acquired a reputation which grew and expanded both nationally and internationally. In time, he would become so famous and worthy of respect that the Federal Government would acquire him as an important asset.
ROBERT WILLIAM HULT has been writing engaging stories for nearly six decades. He has been the author of a produced stageplay;
numerous screenplays, one of which became a film; science and history books; and mystery, science fiction, and science fiction fantasy novels. He is a multi-published scientist in the field of behavioral biology. As a scholar, he pursues what interests him passionately and in-depth. This book and its next sequels are his contributions to the psychology of human sexuality.