The River in Winter

The River in Winter

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by Matt Dean
     
 

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2010 Lambda Literary Award Finalist.

Jonah Murray has known much happiness—a supportive mother, a decent job, and fulfilling hobbies. But after the end of his first great love affair, the rawness of his emotions leads him into a dangerous entanglement.

Spike Peterson—heartbreakingly good-looking, imperturbably self-assured,

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2010 Lambda Literary Award Finalist.

Jonah Murray has known much happiness—a supportive mother, a decent job, and fulfilling hobbies. But after the end of his first great love affair, the rawness of his emotions leads him into a dangerous entanglement.

Spike Peterson—heartbreakingly good-looking, imperturbably self-assured, relentlessly carnal—rekindles Jonah’s longing for companionship. But Spike isn’t the kind to offer companionship. Excitement, yes, but not companionship.

Eliot Moon, a counselor who facilitates a support group for gay men, offers Jonah a more transcendent path to happiness. But Jonah soon discovers that to take Eliot’s way, he will have to make difficult sacrifices.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982555200
Publisher:
Queen's English Productions
Publication date:
11/01/2009
Pages:
410
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.91(d)

Meet the Author

Matt Dean began writing in the seventh grade, when his best friend bragged about writing a novel, and he wanted to be able to do the same. The River in Winter is most assuredly not his first novel, though it is—most assuredly—the first that will ever see the light of day. Matt lives in South Carolina with his partner, Todd, and their three dogs. Matt works at home, telecommuting full-time for a software company and generally drinking far more coffee than any rational person should consume.

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