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161. Hunting The Witch (A Jane Lawless Mystery)
by Ellen Hart
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Asin: 0312973195
Catlog: Book (2000-12-15)
Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur
Sales Rank: 402867
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Jane Lawless is slowly recovering from a head injury gained after a run-in with a killer, working a limited schedule at her restaurant, the Lyme House, and trying to stay in touch with Dr. Julia Martinsen, Jane's former lover who wants to rekindle their relationship. Jane is reluctant, not because she doubts her own or Julia's feelings, but because she feels Julia is keeping one too many secrets about her professional life.

When a man is murdered, Jane's suspicions are confirmed by Julia's stunned but evasive reaction. Partly to discover what her lover is hiding and partly out of fear for Julia's safety, Jane reluctantly resumes the role of sleuth, teaming up with her good friend and partner-in-investigation, Cordelia Thorn. Then, finding another connection between her own life and the life of the murder victim, Jane becomes even more unsure of who she can trust and who she can't. Before she realizes what's at stake in this complex murder case, Jane finds herself in more danger than ever before.

Hunting the Witch is an intriguing puzzle highlighted by a delightful cast and an eerie, complicated story. For fans of Jane Lawless's previous adventures, and for readers new to Ellen Hart's trademark talent for chilling suspense and flesh-and-blood characters, Hunting the Witch is a real winner.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Hunting Which Witch?
I love the Jane Lawless mysteries that Ellen Hart has been turning out for the last several years and can heartliy recommend this latest addition to the series. Thank God we finally find out what Julia's secret is because it was beginning to wear thin dragging this from book to book.

While "Hunting the Witch" is an enjoyable read and well written (as Hart's books always are) it was simply too easy to figure out. I would like to see more focus on the mystery and less on the dysfunctional personal relationships in Jane's life. Also...did anyone understand the title? Really...?

Not to be too negative...do read it and I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. I guess I just needed to get a few of these thoughts out there as I just put the book down a couple of days ago!

-Stacy Gibbs

5-0 out of 5 stars a success on every level --
The books of Ellen Hart, especially those featuring restaurateur Jane Lawless, as does this one, are like a rich, multi-layered torte. Each layer has its own variety of satisfaction embedded in it. This does not mean that I think all her books are alike. Oh, no! Nothing could be further from the truth. Well, there is one common thread in all of them: gays and lesbians are treated like ordinary, normal people. Which, of course, they are. We get to know them, and love them and laugh with them, in all their human foibles, even as we learn more about ourselves in the process, and discover the ultimate secret: how much alike we all are. In the previous book, Jane was severely injured, and needs a lengthy recuperation period to regain her strength and stability. A former lover, Dr. Julia Martinson, wants back in Jane's life, and suggests a stay at her secluded cabin--a non-rustic year-around home, north of the Twin Cities. In spite of some little niggles of her own, and bigger ones from Cordelia (Jane's long-time best friend), Jane agrees to the rest period. At the same time, an enterprising young woman, Patricia Kastner, has launched a campaign to turn an old downtown hotel into a Senior Living complex. With the help of a group of local philanthropists, she is on the verge of locking up the financing when one of the group is found dead in the empty hotel, after a meeting with the architect. Patricia, who is hoping to bring Jane into the project to supervise the food service, is also interested in becoming more than just a friend to Jane, and asks her to please investigate the death. Very much a novel of today's world, mirroring the headlines in tomorrow's paper, Ms. Hart manages to blend her characters, her settings and her plot into a very believable, totally enthralling novel. This short review cannot begin to do justice to such a multi-textured book. Read it for yourself, and enjoy. You won't soon forget this one.

3-0 out of 5 stars Lyme House Meets Gay Scream
I did enjoy Ellen Hart's recent offering. However, I was dissapointed. I see this novel as an attempt to mix campy drama with slasher movie action. I found the whole, "he's gay, is he gay? do they think I am gay? I was never gay before?" dialog tirering. Too much dialog switching back and forth from beleiveable suspence to childish horror. This novel does not know what it wants to be when it grows up. People in Jane's arms dieing and everyday folks shooting guys with guns? There also seems to be a lot of (gender) stereo typing going on. For a more beliveable read I would recommend, "The intersection of law and desire" by Redmann minus the wacky ending. I hope Ms Hart will continue the series with more intelligence and depth.

2-0 out of 5 stars could Jane be any more depressing?
This and the last book written by Ellen Hart have become progressively more depressing and irritating. I don't know whether Ms. Hart is suffering in her own personal life, but it is clouding her mysteries. What was once a well written series with entertaining characters has become a dark and gloomy series with characters you wish would just shut up and quit feeling sorry for themselves. Just be prepared not to enjoy this book if you've been a fan of her earlier works.

3-0 out of 5 stars A Reasonably Good Cozy
As seems the case with many mystery writers who focus on one or two repeating characters, Ellen Hart is focusing too much these days on the soap opera drama of Jane and Company, rather than a good yarn. Muddying the mystery of the building remodeling and it's connection to a murder, readers are faced with several frustrating conversations between Jane and the enigmatic Julia, who's secret we still don't know until the end of this book (and it's anticlimactic when all is said and done). I just don't believe it when Jane whines about not knowing what's going on and then decides to "put off" talking to Julia. It seems a flimsy device to drive the plot.

Cornelia, as usual, is effervescent and a needed comic break, but even she cannot spare the agony in the middle of the book as Jane faces a binge into drunkeness, complete with accompanying depression and overdramatization.

Perhaps Ms. Hart needs to write another Sophie book and get away from the horrendous troubles of Jane's life.

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162. Body Language (Craft, Michael, Mark Manning Series.)
by Michael Craft
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Asin: 1575664194
Catlog: Book (1999-05-01)
Publisher: Zebra Books
Sales Rank: 793058
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Mr. Craft's Best So Far In This Series
BODY LANGUAGE, the third novel in this mystery series is Michael Craft's best so far. Mr. Mark Manning returns, as dapper as ever. He still drinks Japanese vodka with a twist of orange peel, writes only with a Montblanc pen and drives a Bavarian V-8. His lover Neil is still in the picture as is Roxanne, the woman attorney friend of both Mark and Neil. Frustrated because he did not win a coveted Partridge Prize, investigative journalism's highest award, and believing the reason he didn't get the reward he richly deserved is because of homophobia, Manning leaves his job he has held for many years at a newspaper in Chicago and moves to Dumont, Wisconsin and purchases a small but excellent newspaper there. And then all hell breaks loose. A woman relative is killed in Manning's home while the house is full of Christmas guests and he becomes the prim suspect as well as inheriting a fortune from the dead woman, along with custody of her unruly teenaged son.

The plot gets quite byzantine and is a little over the top. Mr. Craft, however, certainly takes risks and as always engages the reader in what is going on. His usual sense of humor is here with hooty references to fruitcakes as well as a feminist who organization of women is called "Fem-Snach." The Catholic Church takes as shellacking as well when santimonious priests give "fill-in-the-blanks" sermons, eulogizing people who haven't seen the inside of a church for many years. Finally, your eyes will cross-- in a good way-- because of all the references to khaki-clad butts.

So we have a complex plot, characters we care about, and Mr. Craft's usual pitch for gay rights-- his best in this series yet.

3-0 out of 5 stars No Mystery Here
Craft is an excellent story-teller, with an equally good hand at mellifluous prose. But when it comes to the "mystery" genre, this work in particular suffers from too much told too soon to offer much of a surprise by the end. This was not the case with "Boy Toy," which is a subsequent novel, but this novel, "Body Language," has all the mystery wrung out of it. I guessed the identity of the "murderer" by the end of the first part. I recommend Craft's other works, but not this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars I WISH MY LOCAL SHERIFF WAS DOUG PIERCE.
The third in the Mark Manning mysteries is EXCELLENT.The story line is complex and well executed.The primary characters, Mark, Neil, Roxanne, Lucille,(Lucy);and the new characters, Thad, Doug, and Glee develop into mentally tangible figures as opposed to shadows who move through the story.The murder mystery is intriguing, and has a wonderful "twist" which heightens the intensity of the action.I UNHESITATINGLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK.It is fun, smart, sexy, and fulfilling.

4-0 out of 5 stars Keeps Getting Better
This installment of the popular series about gay investigative reporter Mark Manning demonstrates that a new locale and the author's improved writing skills have breathed new life into what could have become another drawn out series.Manning has grown complacent at his job at a prestigious Chicago newspaper.When the opportunity arises to buy a house that once belonged to his deceased uncle, Mark seizes the opportunity and returns to the town where he spent a very enjoyable visit.He also buys the town's newspaper and becomes its publisher.This new title rejuvenates Mark and he is all the more engaging for it.

Upon his return, he reconnects with his cousins Joey and Suzanne, and Suzanne's teenaged son, Thad.Of course, the inevitable death occurs.Surprisingly it's Suzanne, who has designated Mark as custodian for the boy.In addition to anti-gay hate mail, he is now saddled with a seemingly homophobic and belligerent cousin.Thad's custody is called into question by the town's local harpy (and she's quite a character).Throw into the mix that Mark is the prime suspect in Suzanne's murder, and you have a welcomed addition to this series and a main character you can really root for.

2-0 out of 5 stars so-so, hoping next is better
I've read these in sequence, but agree with one review below that this entry was a bit lame.I was able to guess the murderer well in advance.The text seems contains frequent descriptions of perfect meals and perfectly accessorized clothing of the characters; this was very tiresome after awhile, and does a disservice to the gay community by perpetuating the image of gay men as being materialistic and shallow. ... Read more


163. Death by Prophecy : A Connor Hawthorne Mystery (Connor Hawthorne Mystery)
by Lauren Maddison
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Asin: 1555837646
Catlog: Book (2002-11-01)
Publisher: Alyson Publications
Sales Rank: 218794
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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While traveling the California coast visiting historic missions, Connor Hawthorne and her partner, Laura Nez, are unwittingly thrust into the middle of an age-old conflict as they help investigate what may be terrorist threats against nuclear power plants. But is Ricky Bell a terrorist? A religious zealot who interprets Biblical prophecy to suit his beliefs? Or merely a sociopath who murders those who disappoint him? The two women quickly become neck-deep in a mystery that not only leads to hidden truths that the Vatican will do anything to suppress but also forces them deep into a battle between two secret societies: one a ruthless organization whose members are sworn to search out and silence the heretics who are their enemies; the other, a band of mystics whose magical abilities and unswerving loyalty to the Holy Mother are their only weapons in preserving the one sacred relic that could rewrite history. Returning in Death by Prophecy is the rich cast of unforgettable characters from the first two Connor Hawthorne mysteries: Connor_s father, Benjamin, whose former CIA position allows his daughter access to classified information but also presents hidden dangers; Malcolm Jefferson, a Washington, D.C., police captain, whose friendship with Connor sometimes borders on the overprotective; and of course, Connor_s grandmother Gwendolyn, who continues to provide guidance from beyond the grave.

Lauren Maddison is the author of the bestselling mysteries Deceptions and Witchfire. A former resident of just about everywhere, she now makes her home in Southern California.

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4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful reading - until the end
I would love to give this book 5 stars. It was very well written and made me think. No doubt, this is her best book so far. However, this book has the same problem her last two - she builds up the plot, and then wraps everything up too neat and pat. There is no real climax; Maddison just waves her arms and the book stops. (The scientist in me also wonders how anyone could prove what they say is in the box is really what is in the box, but that is a side issue.)

5-0 out of 5 stars thank heavens for a good myster!
Want to read a literate, fun adventure? This is it! I've already read the first two books in this series and I'm almost impatient for the next one. Guess I'll have to wait another year. This book was very well written and the characters I got to know in earlier books, are getting better and better. It also makes me think about life and love and magic and spiritual stuff while I'm trying to figure out the mystery. What a ride! Thank you, thank you. Keep writing!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another OUTSTANDING mystery in the series. Love it!
I keep thinking they can't get better. But the author has taken the magic and the mystery to the next level. I've gotten extremely attached to these characters, but even more to the literate writing, the realistic dialogue, the vivid settings, and most of all, that sort of spooky, spine-tingling, "woo-woo" stuff that Maddison seems to know an awful lot about. Who would have believed a mystery author could make readers want to know even more about angels and reincarnation and yes, even about God? Wow! So when's the next one? ... Read more


164. The Principal Cause of Death (Stonewall Inn Mysteries)
by Mark Richard Zubro
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Asin: 0312098960
Catlog: Book (1993-10-01)
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Sales Rank: 623648
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Better than most gay mysteries, but not the best Zubro
This is better than your average gay murder mystery. Parts are funny, and nothing sticks out as being particularly bad. Not the best Zubro, but one to read after you've finished all the others. Good beach reading material. ... Read more


165. Mommy Deadest
by Jean Marcy
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Publisher: New Victoria Publishers
Sales Rank: 330045
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Another winner
This series just keeps getting better and better! And I do hope it continues. The relationship between Meg and Sarah is engaging and realistic. The mystery becomes secondary to me when these two are together. Meg's niece makes for a nice character to play off of, as does Patrick again. But nothing beats Darcy and Lindstrom!

5-0 out of 5 stars A great series!
The writing in this series just gets better! The characters are feisty and funny! . Meg and Sarah are a couple to be reckoned with and even the secondary characters are interesting. Do yourself a favour and read this series. I just hope we do not have to wait another two years for the next book. This series is a rival to J.M. Redman and Jaye Maiman for great lead characters.

5-0 out of 5 stars Darcy and Lindstrom just get better.......
....as do the authors of this series. I enjoyed this book so much that I dug out the first two books of the series to reread. Meg and Sarah are the perfect foils for each other. If you haven't read any of this series yet, start with "Cemetery Murders" and work your way through. They are worth reading. ... Read more


166. Here Comes the Corpse : A Tom & Scott Mystery (Tom & Scott Mysteries)
by Mark Richard Zubro
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Asin: 031228098X
Catlog: Book (2002-08-03)
Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur
Sales Rank: 487540
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Chicago area high school teacher Tom Mason and his lover, professional baseball player Scott Carpenter have had a taxing year. After publicly coming out, Scott and Tom have had to deal with a firestorm of publicity, a major loss of privacy, a great outpouring of support and an equal number of cranks. Now, finally, they are going to do something that they've always wanted - get married in a service before their family and close friends. Despite the potential problems of such of an event, the ceremony comes off with nary a hitch.

With the reception in full swing - with a guest list ranging from long-time family friends and co-workers to the cream of the social elite - a small problem emerges. Tom happens to stumble over an ex-boyfriend from many years ago in the bathroom. Unfortunately, what he stumbles across is actually the corpse of the murdered ex-boyfriend and in addition to casting something of a pall across the proceedings, it puts Tom in the awkward position of being the prime suspect in the murder. If he's ever going to get to go on his long-planned honeymoon, Tom is going to have to uncover the truth behind the murder of this unwanted guest.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Worth reading
Unfamiliar with the author, I bought the book based on my reading of the dust jacket. What an interesting premise--two prominent gay men discover a murder at their wedding reception. The story went downhill from there, however, with so many red herrings flying around than I thought I was watching a rerun of the Muppet Show with the fish boomerang guy. Neither Tom nor Scott were well drawn characters, although I recognize that these are serial characters whose attributes are revealed throughout the series, and the killer's motivation, when revealed, made me simply set down the book and say, "Ewwwwww!"

Nonetheless, Here Comes the Corpse is worth reading for a pleasant diversion. For those, like me, who enjoy reading purely for entertainment's sake, this book will make an excellent diversion.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Zubro success
I strongly recommend this book as well as any other Tom and Scott mystery. Mark Richard Zubro always weaves a web of mystery that will keep you guessing right up until the end. And you would be hard pressed to find a more perfect example of gay heros.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wedding Bell Blues For Tom And Scott
Well, you always knew that when high school teacher, Tom Mason and baseball ace pitcher, Scott Carpenter ever decided to officially tie the knot, you should get ready for the media event of the century. And that's what happens in this the ninth book in the ever-popular Tom and Scott mystery series.

The grandest ballroom in Chicago has been rented for the ceremony with a multi-denominational band of clergymen and women set to officiate and all the family, friends, political and sports elite and a multitude of irate and uninvited protesters in attendance. Unfortunately, one of the unexpected guests is Tom's first gay lover, Ethan Gahain, who says he has to talk with Tom. Their affair had taken place when they were both seventeen, and before Ethan dumped him two years later.

The ceremony itself went without a hitch other than the intended one. But before Tom can talk to Ethan and the planned indoor fireworks can take place, fireworks of another sort go off in the men's room when Ethan is found brutally murdered. As you night expect, Tom is the one to discover the body and in the process he get properly bloodied. Everyone knows Tom couldn't be the murderer, and Ethan's parents ask Tom and Scott to investigate the murder.

Along way Scott's teenaged delinquent nephew gets involved, as well as hidden camera pornography and blackmail. Tangled webs have been woven and Tom and Scott have to unravel them.

Though the series is growing a little old and the book is lacking in the surprises of the earlier episodes, Zubro still has a great way with words and his wit and realistic style get you through the book in a totally interesting manner. But it might be time to put more emphasis on his Paul Turner series, or to explore possibilities of a new series.

One of the features of this book is a trip Tom and Scott make to Saint Louis. I always enjoy rating authors on their ability to plot their action through the local streets and landmarks. Zubro scored a 9.8 with only two minor errors. Hey, that's better than what a local mystery writer scored on his last book.

5-0 out of 5 stars A REALLY GREAT BOOK
This book is a story of two brave gay men uniting in love and life. Unfortunately, many people are still intolerant of the rights of others who do not behave as they think people should and will cause trouble for them any way they can.

I love the books that I have read by Mark R. Zubro. Anything he writes is entertaining, interesting, and a GREAT READ!

1-0 out of 5 stars Should have stayed in left field
This was the first Mark Richard Zubro book I've read, and to be honest, I can't think of a worse way to spend four hours reading this very shallow mystery. The charcters are plastic and the story is weak. I had to remind myself to turn the page, it was so non-complelling. While the bookjacket played up the coming out of a baseball player, the book had nothing to do with it. Ultimately, this was a simple story with a few simple pleasures but ended simply out of left field. ... Read more


167. Dreams and Swords
by Katherine V. Forrest
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Asin: 0941483037
Catlog: Book (1987-09-01)
Publisher: Naiad Pr
Sales Rank: 605904
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Oh Captain, My Captain
This collection of short stories is a must read for one reason: the central novella, "Oh Captain My Captain." I liked the other stories, but this story is simply delicious. A young startrooper signs on for a deep space voyage with the mysterious Captain Drake, who has...needs. The needs are fulfilled in Zero G and just about every other place on the ship...except in the Captain's quarters where the secret to Drake's nature is hidden. I think this may be Katherine Forrest's most erotic writing. ... Read more


168. Death Down Under (A Detective Inspector Carol Ashton Mystery, No 3)
by Claire McNab
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Asin: 0941483398
Catlog: Book (1989-05-01)
Publisher: Naiad Press
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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3rd Detective Inspector Carol Ashton Mystery

Four women dead, each strangled with an orange cord, their bodies ritually arranged. Detective Inspector Carol Ashton and Detective Sergeant Mark Bourke have a serial killer on their hands. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Finally, Ashton as a Cop!!
The third in the Carol Ashton series sees the formidable Inspector and her faithful sidekick, Sergeant Bourke, on the trail of a serial killer dubbed the Orange Strangler. In this book, Carol Ashton finally reveals herself to be the highly competent and experienced police officer she is meant to be, as McNab concentrates on the hard slog of policing, rather than on the private life of the Detectoive Inspector. Furthermore, when private interludes are included, they are realistic and almost free of the self-indulgent whining found in McNab's earlier novels. Unfortunately, the solution to this crime is obvious quite early in the piece, and certainly way before the climax. Nevertheless, this is a well written and engrossing book

4-0 out of 5 stars Crazy Combinations Magically Mixed!
Death Down Under is the movie shoot where Sybil is working, the Orange Strangler is the serial killer Carol is hunting. No connection? Hang onto your koala, it gets more and more interesting! I found myself going back to check up on people as I tried to guess the culprit, which I did - 2 paragraphs before the arrest! Enjoy! ... Read more


169. Keeping Secrets: A Gianna Maglione Mystery
by Penny Mickelbury
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Asin: 1562800523
Catlog: Book (1994-01-01)
Publisher: Naiad Pr
Sales Rank: 612371
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars throughly enjoyable first book
i throughly enjoyed the book. it was refreshing to read characters that were lesbians, but their lesbianism was not central to the storyline, just who/what they happened to be outside of their respective jobs.as in any relationship, when two differnt job responsibilities show signs of straining a relationship, the parties involved work things out, or go their separate ways.in this case, the main characters, gianna and mimi, were able to work things out and build a continuing relationship ... Read more


170. Body Guard: A Detective Inspector Carol Ashton Mystery (Mcnab, Claire. Detective Inspector Carol Ashton Mystery, 6.)
by Claire McNab
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Asin: 1562800736
Catlog: Book (1994-10-01)
Publisher: Naiad Pr
Sales Rank: 486542
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Bleech
I'm conflicted. I will have to go to the library and borrow some of the other Carol Ashton mysteries. I get the feeling I might like her. However, in this book, I hate the woman she is guarding so much that I put the book down. What a witch. Within a page of meeting Marla Strickland, I wanted to kill her, despite agreeing with some of her opinions. I mean really, one of your office workers is killed by a letter bomb and you don't care? You meet the woman who is your bodyguard and the first thing you say to her is "you don't look like a dyke"? What is wrong with this picture?
Bleech.

5-0 out of 5 stars Change of pace
Carol Ashton is recovering from wounds she received in another case, so, to give her a chance to recover, she is assigned to be a body guard. The mystery now is who is trying to kill her assignment. Ashton also finds herself tempted by the woman she is guarding. Is this the end of her relationship with Sibyl? Read and find out. ... Read more


171. A Captive in Time (Stoner Mctavish Mystery)
by Sarah Dreher
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Asin: 0934678227
Catlog: Book (1997-05-01)
Publisher: New Victoria Publishers
Sales Rank: 490177
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Captivated by a Captive in Time
This book was alot of fun. Aunt Hermoine has become a part of my life. The story is a lttle bit of science-fiction mystery spiced with lesbian sensuality. Definitely fun. ... Read more


172. Say Uncle : A Sydney Sloane Mystery
by Randye Lordon
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Asin: 0380791676
Catlog: Book (1999-01-01)
Publisher: Avon Books
Sales Rank: 330600
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SAY UNCLE. . .

Manhattan p.i. Sydney Sloane is known for solving even the toughest of cases. But when her uncle's children come to her with a matter involving their father, Sydney quickly finds herself enmeshed in an ever-tightening web of family ties.

BUT NEVER SAY "DID!"

Uncle Mitch and Sydney have been estranged for more than a decade because of his inability to accept her sexuality. Facing charges of arson and murder, Mitch, who stands accused of torching his ex-partner's new enterprise and killing a cleaning lady, has no other recourse but to turn to his niece for help. Convinced of his innocence, Sydney investigates only to find her uncle has not been forthcoming with the whole truth. From the isolated warehouse districts of Queens to the sleazier regions of the Lower East Side, Sydney interrogates the oddest assortment of suspects New York has to offer--one whom may just off her. ... Read more


173. Deadly Rendezvous: A Toni Underwood Mystery
by Diane Davidson
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Asin: 1883061024
Catlog: Book (1994-05-01)
Publisher: Rising Tide Press (AZ)
Sales Rank: 679023
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Not a Diane Mott Davidson book!
This is NOT written by Diane Mott Davidson!Before purchasing, I'd recommend you check out Rising Tide Press, they have a specific clientele they are catering to. It is somewhat juvenile.

4-0 out of 5 stars Slow, but builds up well
This book starts off very slowly. But once the action started picking up, it moved a lot faster. It isn't too hard to figure out who the killer is just by process of elimination. But the reasons behind the killings will keep you guessing. The ending does not wrap everything up neatly, but it isn't supposed to. All in all, it is worth reading.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nancy Drew should have no fear of Toni Underwood.
This is the most juvenile-written book I have read since 6th grade.Don't waste your money on this one, folks!This actually doesn't even rate one star. ... Read more


174. Come Clean
by Kevin J Porter
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A murder, like no other, has been committed by a serial killer who believes Hannibal Lecter would envy his techniques. In tracking down the killer, Kevin Porter takes his readers on a breathless trail in and around Hollywood North (Vancouver, Canada), including the set locations of The X-Files.

Because of its style, Come Clean allows readers to be a jump ahead of Porter, thus being privy to his foibles and flaws of character. As the unrelenting tension builds, Porter shares intimacies about his ten-year inter-generational relationship with a young gay man, Brent Barnes.Poignant, but often hilarious, these "personal" insights are a welcome relief from the heart-thumping suspense that builds right up to the final moments of Come Clean. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Move Over Hannibal Lector!
Kevin J. Porter's Come Clean is meta-fiction mystery at its best. In the grand tradition of the PI and police procedure, Porter treats the reader to a whodunit that keeps the reader guessing until the very end. In a twist from tradition, the reader is one step ahead of PI Porter and the Canadian Mountie working on the case, but a few steps behind the author in figuring out who, among a whole range of possible suspects, could be the killer. I call this "meta-fiction" because of the fact that the writer is Kevin Porter and the PI is Kevin Porter and in the book, the PI is writing a novel. Sound twisted? It is. It's also suspenseful and decidedly good enough to be made into a movie.In fact read about the movie in The Independent Gay Writer. You'll need to be an online sleuth to find this e-zine. -Ronald L. Donaghe, author of Common Sons

5-0 out of 5 stars Original, suspenseful and terrifying ...
As an avid reader of the works of the top gay mystery writers, starting this book had me scratching my head with confusion, since I wasn't sure where the author's biography left off and the fiction began, if at all.For someone who is used to dealing with Michael Nava "Henry Rios" or Mark Zubro's "Paul Turner" character, this was confusing. You see, the name of the first time author is Kevin J. Porter, who says he is a 65 year old Vancouver-based private investigator and ex chief inspector in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and that is also the name and bio of the main character and narrator of the novel.One really doesn't know if this is based on actual cases or pure fantasy, especially where the line further blurs, such as when the narrator (Kevin J Porter) explains the reasons for leaving the RCMP and - at the end - plans to publish his first book.

That initial confusion aside, the book is one of the most original, suspenseful and outright *terrifying* mystery novels I have ever read.The author is skilled at feeding the reader carefully-timed tidbits of information, before they become evident to those trying to solve the case, making the reader feel smart and leading to "obvious" conclusions.Unfortunately, what seems obvious in the last chapter is proved to be impossible in the next, and one is left frustrated and doubting how this will all be tied together somehow, but it is, masterfully.

In a nutshell, Kevin Porter discovers a murder scene, after his boyfriend Brent (about half of Kevin's age; Kevin is Brent's "senior toy") asks him to check on a university colleague who did not return from her weekend retreat for her Monday morning classes. The unique "clean fettish" of the killer also serves to erase all of the usual sources of evidence, frustrating the RCMP investigator (a former subordinate of Porter's) who is assigned to the case.The chapters alternate between the Porter's and the killer's perspectives, and we learn early on (Note:NOT a spoiler, as this is within the first two chapters) that the killer works as a make-up artist on the Vancouver-based filming of the "X-Files" TV show.A series of complicated incidents result in Porter's being "outed" to his former RCMP colleagues, and his lover Brent becoming a suspect in the murder, two developments that are handled quite realistically.The investigation goes on while Vancouver police are also investigating the latest in a series of gay-bashing murders in a public park, and readers learn there is a connection before the investigators do.The tale is not for the squeemish, and a comparison of the murderer to Hannibal Lector isn't far fetched.I recommend it highly. ... Read more


175. Hallowed Murder (Jane Lawless Mysteries (Paperback))
by ELLEN HART
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Catlog: Book (1993-08-04)
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"Hart's crisp, elegant writing and atmosphere [are] reminiscent of the British detective style, but she has a nicer sense of character, confrontation, and sparsely utilized violence....HALLOWED MURDER is as valuable for its mainstream influences as for
its sexual politics."
MYSTERY SCENE
Book one in the Jane Lawless murder mystery series, of which Sandra Scoppettone says: "Ellen Hart is a writer to watch and so is her lesbian sleuth."
The police think Allison drowned, but her University of Minnesota sorority sisters insist it was murder. That's when almunae advisor Jane Lawless steps in to find the truth. Abetted by her irrepresssible sidekick Cordelia, Jane searches for clues, and what she finds is as chilling as the Minnesota winter--for in those icy drifts, at a lonely vacation house, she risks everything to ensnare a cunning killer....
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5-0 out of 5 stars This is one of the truly rare mysteries...
where every paragraph leaves a distinct impression. Ellen Hart writes with a deft sense of place and time which mysteries often lack.

She has also crafted her main characters well to convey a sense of friendship, intimacy, and an amazing sense of humor.

This not only fine writing within the mystery format, it is fine writing, period.

Needless to say, the lesbian element was handled beautifully. This is the kind of statement about gays which should be made because it transcends the garish, tabloid styles of too much of the media (or, counter-media) and presents the human side... of human beings.

Clever plotting; rare character subtleties; solid, often unexpected, humor; special insights; an unusual location with deft understanding of the urban university society.

Yes.

5-0 out of 5 stars A truly original mystery ... with a great protagonist
I don't know who I liked more, the lesbian sleuth Jane Lawless or her slightly overweight (yeah!) buddy Cordelia! More than just a "whodunnit," this book is part character study, part Minnesota travelogue, and very much a good read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. ... Read more


176. Death Wore a Smart Little Outfit
by Orland Outland
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Catlog: Book (1997-06-01)
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars You know, sometimes I'm just not in the mood for Tolstoy.
At those moments, I thank heaven and assorted authors and publishers for mind candy like this charming little book. As light and breezy as Doan in a chiffon party dress with matching pumps, "Death Wore a Smart Little Outfit" prompts you to laugh, roll your eyes, and rethink your wardrobe and eating habits, all while enjoying a fictional visit to the quirky, laid-back, sexually diverse wonderland that is San Francisco. I've read all three of the Doan and Binky books, and although they all amuse, this frothy little thing is the best of the lot.

3-0 out of 5 stars A little too pat for me....
Okay I adored the first book, adored the second book, and eagerly awaited this one to come into my hands. Now granted, I have to admit that it fit NYC to a T. BUT, the book was just a little too pat. Ya know, one of those button endings where you knew that everything would end happily ever after but jsut didn't know how. I know it's fiction and I know that we're supposed to suspend our belief system a bit but I couldn't go THAT far with this book. Sigh...I hope there is another to make me happy...

5-0 out of 5 stars Silly, Pointless, FABULOUS
Thank Goddess we live in an age when a writer can set out to do nothing but amuse -- and aim for that limited section of the population who see drag queens and vapid socialites as the indispensible archetypes they are. I've seen more complicated stories on "Full House", but it is perfectly excusable when said story is delivered with such sequin-sparkly dialoge and a characterization so sharp it's as if Charles Busch has materialized in your room to play it for you as you read. Thank you, Mr. Outland.

2-0 out of 5 stars disappointed...
Though the characters were quirky and amusing,I found the story itself utterly inane and the plotline not too believable. The first outing of Doan and Binky was not what I hoped. I'm going to give 'Death Wore A Fabulous New Fragrance' a shot and hopefully the second installment in the series will be a bit better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulously Well Written
The first book I've read by Outland, Death Wore a Smart Little Outfit provides the style of reading that makes it a must-read page turner . Even when I wasn't reading the book, I was still thinking about the characters. I am intrigued by the character development and enjoy the adventures! ... Read more


177. Chain of Fools: A Donald Strachey Mystery (Stonewall Inn Mysteries)
by Richard Stevenson
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Private Investigator Donald Strachey is asked to look into the events surrounding the months-old murder of Eric Osborne. His death, originally believed to be a random attack, takes on new significance when Janet Osborne, Eric's sister, survives an attempt on her life. Skeeter, Eric's lover, believed both attacks were meant to silence them before the sale of their family's newspaper. drawn into a complex family feud, Strachey must unravel the secret behind the attacks before he tries again...
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178. Someone You Know : A Novel
by Gary Zebrun
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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"I want to meet you tonight, and if you don't show up, I can't promise your family will be safe for very long. I'll be in touch, remember, don't go to the cops, don't tell your family. I've got plans for you."

Newspaper columnist Daniel Caruso has a wife he loves deeply, a daughter who means everything to him, and a secret that could destroy them. At a conference in Seattle, he meets and spends a passionate night with Stephen Hart, a handsome firefighter. Awakening alone and deeply conflicted, Daniel flies home to Providence, R.I., but on a layover in Chicago he receives a bizarre and frightening message indicating that someone knows of his deception. At home with his family, the serenity of a weekend morning is shattered by the arrival of a second message: a gruesome package, the contents of which make clear that Stephen Hart has been murdered. The messages increase in regularity, filled with chilling details about Daniel's activity and making it clear that the killer knows every move he and his family make. His desperation to shield his wife and daughter from the truth is replaced by fear for their safety, as the killer becomes puppet master, dragging Daniel deeper into a netherworld of bathhouses and S-and-M bars where the killer stalks him openly. Journalist Gary Zebrun's debut novel is a nerve-shattering thriller of psychological terror, sexual obsession, and the devastating price of secrecy.

Gary Zebrun is the editor of The Providence Journal. A graduate of Brown University, he is the recipient of a Yaddo fellowship, a MacDowell fellowship and a Breadloaf fellowship. He previously taught creative -writing at the University of Michigan before moving to Newport, R.I., where he now lives.

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3-0 out of 5 stars FASCINATING BUT FLAWED
I'm not going to beat around the bush. SOMEONE YOU KNOW is one sick puppy of a book, so I HATE admitting I was drawn into it like a moth to a flame. I have no one to blame but myself for the third degree burns this depraved murder mystery inflicted on my psyche. I knew early on what I was getting myself into, but Zebrun's expert use of minimalist intrigue made it impossible for me to stop reading. Once I realized I was on a road trip to hell, the vehicle was going to fast to jump off.

Daniel Caruzo is a newspaper columnist in Providence R.I., with a wife and teenage daughter. He has a little secret. He's gay and has been having anonymous sex with pick-ups for quite some time. As the novel begins Dan is in Seattle attending a newspaper conference. It's his last night in town and he finds himself cruising, Slaughter, a local leather bar. He picks up, Stephen Hart, a hunky firefighter and goes home with him. When he wakes in the morning the fireman is gone but he finds a note thanking him for the beautiful time. Disappointed to find himself alone, Dan decides to take a shower and discovers a bottle of AZT in the bathroom medicine cabinet. He realizes Stephen may have been lying when he told him he was HIV negative.

Dan, feeling guilty and upset, returns to his hotel to collect his belongings and head to the airport. On a lay-over at O'Hare in Chicago, Dan, gets slightly drunk in the bar and follows a fellow patron into the restroom. Upon leaving the stall, he kicks something left on the bathroom floor, discovering it to be the bottle of AZT rubber banded with a Bart Simpson chess piece, from a set he noticed the night before at Stephen's. Something is very wrong.

Once home, Dan finds out that Stephen's been murdered, and if that isn't unsettling enough, significant proof of the murder arrives on his porch the next day, packed and shipped in ice. Dan tries to remain calm and figure it all out, but as he slips deeper into a panic-stricken state, he has more clandestine sex, resulting in more deaths. It isn't long before Dan realizes he is the focus of an obsessed serial killer, who seems to know his every move.

Zebrun tells his story in tight, fascinating detail. His characters are realistically portrayed and his situations, chillingly believable. Unfortunately, as the novel progresses, it becomes clear Dan is a sex-addicted coward, frightened yet erotically charged by the nightmare he finds himself living. He's endangered all those around him and still he cruises every man he sees. As the situation gets worse his compulsions become more acute. He keeps promising himself that he'll come clean with his family and trusted friends, but jumps at every opportunity to avoid it. I'm afraid there is nothing noble about him and it damages the stories credibility. It's difficult for the reader not to think he deserves the mess he's in.

Also, I was bothered by the lack of difficulty in figuring out who the serial killer was. The title alone offers way too obvious a clue. I kept hoping for a last minute surprise that would prove my suspicions wrong, but it never came, and what could have been an extremely involving thriller slid into little more than a slasher-story, well written but predictable. I appreciate Zebrun's writing abilities in, SOMEONE YOU KNOW, but I can't say I enjoyed the book much. Of course, I'm sure there's an audience out there for gruesome, sadistic material, and this masterfully conveyed, dark offering should make that audience ecstatic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Interesting gay mystery,
I found this book both chilling and quite entertaining. I think you will too. ... Read more


179. Outburst (Todd Mills Mysteries)
by R.D. ZIMMERMAN
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Catlog: Book (1999-11-09)
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Todd Mills is running out of time.

Against his instincts, Todd is lured to the Stone Arch Bridge by an anonymous phone call with promises of a hot blackmail story.Under pressure, and in need of a scoop, Minneapolis television's most well-known (and only) openly gay reporter soon finds that his visit to the bridge does deliver a sensational exclusive, but not the one he is expecting: Todd arrives to see a man murdered, leaving him as the sole witness to the crime.

Todd's lover, city homicide investigator Steve Rawlins, immediately takes on the case.But when a mysterious suspect emerges, the danger only intensifies, for this suspect has a secret, a past, and an identity that isn't what it appears to be.An attempt is made on Rawlins's life in the course of his investigation, and Todd--dragged into the center of the story he's trying to cover--makes a frightening discovery.The murder victim was a police officer, and was gay.The killer, it seems, has developed a taste for watching gay cops die.

And unless Todd and Rawlins are able to put together the pieces of the suspect's meticulously concealed past, the consequences may prove deadly--for them both.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Fast paced and holds your interest
It isn't often an investigative reporter gets to witness a murder, but Todd Mills does in this page-turner. What I really enjoyed about this book was how Mills follows down this story, tracking the murderer, coming to very reasonable conclusions based on the information he has. Zimmerman also reveals the typical flaw of most police investigators, in that their primary goal is often making an arrest, not necessarily solving the crime.

I also liked the characterizations in this book. Each character has a distinct identity and voice that is carried through all the way to the end. The settings were authentic, but didn't bear down on you and slow the pace. And Zimmerman's ironic use of the weather as another character is really ingenius.

I also liked the fact that the sex in this book was minimal and only there when it moved the story along. Yes, Mills' relationship with his cop friend, Steve, is devoid of any stirring romance, but this isn't a soft porn novel. It's a mystery.

What I don't like about the book is Todd's and Steve's relationship lacks plausibility in one serious area. And that is a reporter, a television reporter at that, has a love relationship with a cop in which each assists the other in their respective jobs. I'm having trouble with that one. Police and journalists traditionally have a very strong Us-Them type relationships, and while this can be overcome, to be overcome to the point that a crime reporter can have a love relationship with a murder investigator really requires a leap.

Having said that, the story is good. Perhaps most readers won't think about how odd it is that an investigative journalist gets it on with a muder investigator. Perhaps they won't think about the conflicts this type of relationship automatically brings forth. Or perhaps Zimmerman will mine this field of conflict with more realism. Perhaps he already has in the previous works. But I personally feel it would work better if Todd and Steve knew each other on a friendly, rather than intimate, basis. Such conflict would be tremendous and enthralling.

3-0 out of 5 stars plodding and political
I am gay. I accept the fact that most of the world is not. RD Zimmerman seems to be struggling with this fact and his blindspot keeps his Todd Mills books from moving out of the special niche category. Zimmerman, how about a gay mystery where Todd and everybody else's sexuality is NOT the focal point? Despite what you seem to think, it AIN'T all about sex. To be fair OUTBURST is a solidly plotted (plodded), well-written (if predictable) mystery, and a little more action packed than its predecesors (HOSTAGE remains my favorite). But Todd's main relationship seems to be with lipstick lez Janice (kill her, PLEASE). The relationship between Todd and Steve is now all but nonexistent, and that's a drag (no pun intended). Is Zimmerman afraid a little emotion/tenderness/affection/SEX will emasculate his heros? You can't emasculate wood. Make these guys flesh and blood, please! Otherwise, don't bother.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Todd Mills Yet
R.D. Zimmerman's latest Todd Mills mystery is his best yet. The story's plot twists are extremely clever and surprisingly believable. It's obvious that Zimmerman spends a lot of time researching his novels..his descriptions of everything from catered food to forensci science are excellent and, as far as I can tell, quite accurate. In some novels its hard to believe that a proatgonist who is not a cop can be involved in as much murder mystery fare as they are. But Zimmerman's Todd Mills manages to pull it off quite believably. I thought this one was a hoot!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book!
This was great book and a fun read. I've been to Minneapolis and the city really comes to life, not to mention the weather. I just wish there'd been something in there about the Mary Tyler Moore house!

4-0 out of 5 stars Another Outstanding Contribution to Gay Mystery By Zimmerman
I have been waiting for this book for about a month since the local gay bookstore announced an upcoming reading and signing by R.D. Zimmerman. It seems they were advertising a bit early.I finally found the book yesterday and devoured it half the night and most of today. An excellent look at the transgender community. In between the action, Zimmerman makes some very fine political points that intend to broaden people's perspectives -- even within the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community there are a lot of misunderstandings and biases.You'll notice I rated this 4 stars out of 5. Frankly, I think Zimmerman worked much harder on "Hostage" getting hold of the details of the Mall of America and developing the elaborate and remarkable plot for the story.In "Outburst" there just doesn't seem to be the same enthusiasm for the craft. Several other things bothered me: Zimmerman develops a suspicious character working in a Judge's office, even a suspicious Judge -- plants some seeds along the way and then drops them completely out of the picture. Second, the relationship between Todd and Rawlins seems non-existent in this novel. Although there is an imposed separation by the "higher-ups" within the Police Department, it seems contrived. Suppose they lived together. Would they have to move out to be apart from one another? There doesn't seem to be an ounce of affection or love displayed by either partner throughout the entire book. The character development of the Minneapolis Park Policeman who was killed is completely one dimensional. At times I found myself thinking that he would be delved into more thoroughly in a real investgiation. Is it possible that literally two people knew him somewhat closely and his work partners simply found him a wonderful guy to be around. I don't feel he got his fair share.Finally, the representation of the transgender character Kris or Christopher is an extremely unusual case. In fact, I'm not sure it really represents the reasons folks go through gender reassignment in typical cases. While Kris acknowledges he was developing as a gay male, the circumstances of his heading toward a female identity, while tragic, aren't consistent with his own identification as a developing gay male. He certainly could have remained male and gay. Where and why the decision toward dressing as a woman. starting hormones, etc., and heading toward a gender change came about are never fully explained. Finally, there was a lot of concern over Rawlins HIV Positive status in "Outburst". I don't recall this previously and if it was a result of the psycho group from "Hostage", it would have served well to refresh our memories on it.Nonetheless, I liked OUTBURST and wish we didn't have to wait so long for decent gay mysteries to come our way from a short supply of authors! Thanks Zimmerman!DJMSaint Paul, Minnesota ... Read more


180. Mother May I (Sydney Sloane Mystery)
by Randye Lordon
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Catlog: Book (1998-04-01)
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
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