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Annotation:A gay wedding gone bad. A missing groom. An unsullied reputation at risk. Enter Russell Quant ”cute, gay, and a rookie private detective. With a nose for good wine and bad lies, Quant is off to France on his first big case.
Annotation:From the drug-fueled dance floors of New Orleans's hottest bars, to the body-worship of its packed gyms and the slow, hungry crawl through streets where danger lurks behind every beautiful smile, "Bourbon Street blues" takes readers on a dizzying tour of gay life in the French Quarter and introduces an unlikely investigator whose ironic, lusty, tell-it-like-it-is take on things is as cool as the city he loves.
Annotation:Disgraced and stripped of his Pulitzer Prize for having invented sources, HIV-positive journalist Benjamin Justice, struggling to put his life back together, is asked for help in identifying the hit-and-run killer of a columnist, a case involving a decades-old child murder, a controversial cardinal, and elements from his own past.
Annotation:Following a trail that leads him from the posh mansions of Bel Air to one of the world's most exclusive spas in Palm Springs, a former child star's dogged pursuit hurls him into a final showdown with a twisted, cold-blooded killer.
Annotation:Mahu is a generally negative Hawaiian term for homosexual, and for police detective Kimo Kanapa'aka, being gay doesn't make for an easy life. Especially when you're publicly outed. Now, semi-retired, Kimo must go undercover and stop a brutal killer.
Annotation:Hired to investigate the death of Paul Haig, whom his mother believes was murdered by his lover, Larry, gay P.I. Donald Strachey learns that Larry also believes that Paul was murdered, but by a controversial psychiatrist.
Annotation:When male supermodel Cullom Furyk plummets to his death from the top of a major downtown hotel, gay Chicago Police Detective Paul Turner and his partner, Detective Buck Fenwick, are called to find out what actually happened.