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This is the first book in Richard Stevenson s Don Strachey s mysteriesI was feeling very nostalgic and felt like reading these mysteries from the very beginningI had
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goneI no longer have the aperbacks of the seriesall of them were falling apart and wornI decided no longer have the Waiting for Aphrodite paperbacks of the seriesall of them were falling apart and wornI decided replace them and start reading them on my NookDon Strachey s mysteries takelace and were written in the reAIDS eraDon is a PI with a uick wit and an attitudeHe is hired by the wealthy arents of a young man who is accused of stabbing to death a young man he tricked withThe young man is on the runhis The Sand-Reckoner parents are homophobicand they hire Don because of his connections with the gay communityDon isn t naivehe s got thearents numberI absolutely love Don Stracheyhe s a smartass and intelligentI love that he s in a relationship with Tim Callahana man who gets and loves DonI was one of those who happened to liked the HERE Strachey mysteries with the sexy Chad Allen laying DonI wish they were still onOh wellI ll just read the wonderfully written series which I highly recommend Intriguing mystery set in the late 1970 s Not a genre romance although the main character has a boyfriendDon Strachey eye is hired by the wealthy society arents of a murder suspect who has gone on the lam They want Don only to find their son not to rove his innocence As the investigation roceeds Don learns that his clients have arranged for Billy to be admitted to a Paris Encore (Zion Covenant, psychiatric clinic to cure his homosexuality His sympathies entirely with Billy Don tries to find him while an unknown menace andossible killer stalks Billy s friends and associatesAsi. Gay activist and accused murderer Billy Blount's missing but Albany PI Donald Strachey doubts Billy's guilt The 1981.
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Gay Clubs Are Gay Clubs Anonymous Sex Is Anonymous Sexclubs are gay clubs anonymous sex is anonymous sex was unheard of and condoms were only contraceptives but the clap was a known risk which is addressed Don and his lover Timmy both have encounters with eople outside their relationship and this has nothing to do with the times but rather their own attitudes Official and What Ive Become (The Humanity Within Book 1) police harassment of gays is blatant and unapologized for This is rarer nowadays but by no means nonexistentDon has a sarcastic style and many of the characters trade barbs and uips in a catty we re so clever manner I find this type of humor wearying after a while Narrative style aside thelot mystery and characters are all interesting and the ultimate resolution a good surprise Relationship wise Don and Timmy are left with some uestions to The Contemporaries ponder about where they re going in the seuel Four stars I liked it The sarcasm is totally up my alley I enjoyed this one a lot the mystery was compelling and interesting I couldn t guess who did it and I came up with some wild theories to share with my BR fellows XDD I ll come back to Don in the future because I feel this is the starts of a really good series not everyday an author can make me go with things that usually would have me running in the opposite direction fast I had so much fun with thisEven missing a lot of references the book is set in 1979 or around that year I was still laughing constantly I loved the humor which wasn t really a surprise but it was still appreciated given that I impulsively bought the first five books in the series just because the sample had me laughing Book that launched Richard Stevenson'sioneering series is a cracking mystery and a fascinating trip into bygone gay. ,
Ut loud with a few sentences It s nice to know that I can keep impulsively buying books on sale from authors I ve never read before and it doesn t always have to end with regret and UML Weekend Crash Course [With CDROM] promises to myself to not do it again Not that regretting it would ve stopped me from doing it again but still What do you say No I don t have aroblem I can stop whenever I want Back to the book I haven
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THIS BOOK ARE SOMETIMES HEAVY EVENbook are sometimes heavy even they were treated with a dryness and a matter of fact approach that Steampunk Erotica prevented the story from turning too depressing while not diminishing their significance and emotional impact but the truth is I had fun the mystery kept my interest in a way I have not experienced a lot lately with this genre Maybe because it s been a long time since I read a mystery that wasn t simply a sub genre of mm romance I love mm but the mysteries are rarely this welllotted they rarely get this much attention to details Understandably so since a big art of any mm romance regardless of the sub genre is dedicated to you know the romance I m glad to found a viable alternative that makes my mystery reader side happy without compromising my romance reader side s The last comment robably doesn t make much sense to you but I surprised myself by loving the romance uotation marks needed because this isn t a romance although the MC is in a relationship On To the Golden Shore paper I should ve hated it Don and view spoilerhis wandering eye and hands and lips and other wanderingarts of his anatomy not to mention the open relationship aspect of his relationship with Timmy hide spoiler. Culture before HIV in the bad old days of bath houses and gay disco Indulge (Warm Delicacy, police corruption and tacitolicies of harassme.