Oh, Dainty Triolet

Oh, Dainty Triolet

by Edward C. Patterson


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Oh, Dainty Triolet by Edward C. Patterson

Oh, Dainty Triolet is a compilation of three of Edward C. Patterson's most popular works into an Omnibus Edition comprising Cutting the Cheese, Bobby's Trace and No Irish Need Apply. Cutting the Cheese is a comic romp through the world of gay activism. Bobby's Trace is a ghost story with an unusual twist. No Irish Need Apply is a teenage coming of age story in a world fraught with prejudice. All three novellas have been revised and expanded for this edition and are still offered separately as they are a triptych in three different genres.

What reviewers say about these three works:

Cutting the Cheese:

"Edward C Patterson offers a hilarious and engaging look into the challenges and opportunities one faces when coming out."
- Todd Fonseca, TMBOA.com

Bobby's Trace:

"A beautifully drawn exploration of a young man's grief at the loss of his partner and his eventual resumption of life. Quite a few unexpected thrills and chills."
- Sandy Nathan, award-winning author of Numenon

No Irish Need Apply:

"It's not often these days that you come across writing that possesses both the literary beauty of a classic poem with the depth and substance of a contemporary tale. It's a story that lives and breathes."
- Gregory Bernard Banks, Wheelman Press

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781451535372
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/08/2010
Pages: 366
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

Edward C. Patterson has been writing novels, short fiction, poetry and drama his entire life, always seeking the emotional core of any story he tells. With his eighth novel, The Jade Owl, he combines an imaginative touch with his life long devotion to China and its history. He has earned an MA in Chinese History from Brooklyn College with further postgraduate work at Columbia University. A native of Brooklyn, NY, he has spent four decades as a soldier in the corporate world gaining insight into the human condition. He won the 2000 New Jersey Minority Achievement Award for his work in corporate diversity. Blending world travel experiences with a passion for story telling, his adventures continue as he works to permeate his reader's souls from an indelible wellspring.
His novel No Irish Need Apply was named Book of the Month for June 2009 by Booz Allen Hamilton's Diversity Reading Organization. His Novel The Jade Owl was a finalist for The 2009 Rainbow Awards.

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