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 Review :: How To Survive A Summer

Review :: How To Survive A Summer

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 23
A gay conversion camp survivor returns home to confront his past in Nick White's captivating debut novel.

 Review :: Moving Forward Sideways Like A Crab

Review :: Moving Forward Sideways Like A Crab

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 20
Jonathan Lewis-Adey goes in search of the mother who abandoned him and finds instead a father whose transitions of country and gender he struggles to understand.

 Review :: Sloshies: 102 Boozy Cocktails Straight From The Freezer

Review :: Sloshies: 102 Boozy Cocktails Straight From The Freezer

By Michael Cox | Jun 13
There is a crafted frozen alternative for almost every taste, whether you like a manhattan, a margarita or a bloody mary. And with the right garnishes, these cocktails are an easy showstopper at a party. Best of all, it's easy to pull out and serve these.

 Review :: The End of Eddy

Review :: The End of Eddy

By Christopher Verleger | May 30
An effeminate young French boy from a sheltered, blue-collar town ponders his future after being continuously bullied and ridiculed at home and at school in this poignant, powerful autobiographical novel.

 Review :: Drama Luau

Review :: Drama Luau

By Christopher Verleger | May 23
A newlywed couple's honeymoon in Hawaii is disrupted by disappearing dancers in this fourth volume of Joe Cosentino's irresistible mystery series.

 Review :: Dinner With DiMaggio

Review :: Dinner With DiMaggio

By Bill Biss | May 10
This friendship and the two men's similarity of upbringing, code of ethics and genuine regard for each other, is naturally and respectfully presented in Dr. Rock Positano's book.

 Review :: The Midnight Assassin

Review :: The Midnight Assassin

By Steven Bergman | May 8
Though the book tends to dwell on peripheral statistics of the area and the time, when the author is providing information about the actual circumstances, it is a fascinating look into a scant known serial killing case.

 Review :: The Black Penguin

Review :: The Black Penguin

By Noe Kamelamela | Apr 25
Gay travel writer Andrew Evans fulfills his childhood dream: A trip to Antarctica from the capital of the United States of America, using public transportation as much as possible.

 Review :: Bullies: A Friendship

Review :: Bullies: A Friendship

By Steven Bergman | Apr 25
The author seeks out a childhood bully and comes away with a newfound understanding of the factors that contribute to violent behavior, in a story set against the backdrop of the misunderstood city of Oakland.

 Review :: Money, Murder and Dominick Dunne

Review :: Money, Murder and Dominick Dunne

By Bill Biss | Apr 19
Dunne was on the scene and in-the-know with high society, Hollywood elite and the people who brought out the dark side of fame and fortune.

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