Someone Is Killing the Gay Boys of Verona

Someone Is Killing the Gay Boys of Verona

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by Mark A. Roeder
     
 

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Someone is killing the gay boys of Verona, Indiana, and only one gay youth stands in the way. He finds himself pitted against powerful foes, but finds allies in places he did not expect.

Sixteen-year-old Sean sets out on a quest that takes him into the supernatural and beyond. A haunted mansion, gay ghosts, a cult of hate, and a hundred year old ax murder

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Someone is killing the gay boys of Verona, Indiana, and only one gay youth stands in the way. He finds himself pitted against powerful foes, but finds allies in places he did not expect.

Sixteen-year-old Sean sets out on a quest that takes him into the supernatural and beyond. A haunted mansion, gay ghosts, a cult of hate, and a hundred year old ax murder all await Sean as he races to discover the murderer's identity before he strikes again.

Someone is Killing the Gay Boys of Verona is a supernatural murder mystery that goes where no gay novel has set foot before. It is a tale of love, hate, friendship, and revenge.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595091133
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/24/2000
Pages:
268
Product dimensions:
5.94(w) x 9.14(h) x 0.69(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a very scary, spooky story set in the small town of Verona. There are enough murders and supernatural happenings to frighten anyone. Poor Sean, not only does he have to live in Graymoor mansion, but he suspects he may be the next victim, and he may just well be. I thorougly enjoyed this book, but I do not advise any person to read Chapter 28 alone, or without the benefit of a good, strong drink. I have never read anything this intense. At the same time, Mark Roeder also manages to show us that in addition to hate in Verona, there are also love and strong bonds of friendship, even friendships and help from the dearly departed. This book was a great fast read.
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