Fagin's Boy: The Further Particulars of a Parish Boy's Progress

Fagin's Boy: The Further Particulars of a Parish Boy's Progress

by Christina E. Pilz

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Fagin's Boy: The Further Particulars of a Parish Boy's Progress by Christina E. Pilz

In 1846 London, respectable young men do not fall for street thieves. This is the story of Oliver Twist and the Artful Dodger and their forbidden love.

Oliver Twist has one desire: to own a bookshop and live a simple, middle-class life as far as possible from his workhouse-shadowed past. One thing stands in his way: Jack Dawkins--The Artful Dodger--who's just returned to London and is seeking Fagin's old gang.

Jack's visits cause Oliver nothing but trouble, but he finds himself drawn, time and again, to their shared past, Jack's unguarded honesty, and those bright, green eyes.

Oliver craves respectability, and doesn't think he will find it with a forbidden love. Can Jack convince Oliver that having one doesn't mean losing the other?

Fagin's Boy is the first book in Christina E. Pilz's Oliver & Jack series, a gay historical romance. If you like Dickensian tragedy, suspense, crime, poverty, and hope, as well as a slow-burn forbidden romance, then you'll love Fagin's Boy: The Further Particulars of a Parish Boy's Progress.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148266457
Publisher: Blue Rain Press
Publication date: 01/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 540
File size: 845 KB

About the Author

I was born in Waco, Texas in 1962. After living on a variety of air force bases, in 1972 my Dad retired and the family moved to Boulder, Colorado. There amidst the clear, dry air of the high plains, as the moss started to grow beneath my feet, my love for historical fiction began with a classroom reading of Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

I attended a variety of community colleges (Tacoma Community College) and state universities (UNC-Greeley, CU-Boulder, CU-Denver), and finally found my career in technical writing, which, between layoffs, I have been doing for 18 years. During that time, my love for historical fiction and old fashioned objects, ideas, and eras has never waned.

In addition to writing, my interests include road trips around the U.S. and frequent flights to England, where I eat fish and chips, drink hard cider, and listen to the voices in the pub around me. I also love coffee shops, mountain sunsets, prairie storms, and the smell of lavender. I am a staunch supporter of the Oxford comma.

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