This is an extremely easy and fast read which actually delves into some pretty hard and psychological issues which can confront gay people even when society at large accepts them. Who can they really trust? As Nick, a gay detective with the Chicago Police department and a talk show host who interviews highly placed gay personalities--people he interviews start being murdered--including his partner of 15 years. Can he and his straight Police partner get to the bottom of this--can they find and stop this heinous killer? You will never believe who it was!
About the Book: (from Amazon)
The premier of Nick Scott’s TV talk show, The Gay Detective, appears to be a big hit until his first guest ends up murdered. Nick, also a gay detective with the Chicago Police Department, and his older, straight partner Detective Norm Malone hunt this heinous serial killer tagged The Reaper. This odd couple encounters both personal and professional conflict as this suspenseful noir thriller races to a surprise conclusion that leaves Nick and Norm battling for their lives.
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About the Author: (from Amazon)
Kenneth Michaels was born in Detroit. After graduate school, he cofounded San Francisco's renowned Encounter Theatre, which involved the audience in resolving personal relationship challenges. Encounter Theatre was funded by National Endowment for the Arts for over two decades. He has also written for stage and screen and performed his one man show, The Importance of Being Ernst. Recently, his screenplay, A Dog's Day, for the Palo Alto's Humane Society won the coveted Telly Award. He currently lives and works in Key West, where he wrote his debut novel, The Gay Detective.
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