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141. God's Grace and the Homosexual
142. Alternatives to Sex: A Novel
143. Amuse Bouche (Russell Quant Mysteries)
144. Fresh Men: Young, Fresh, Sexy
145. Artist's Dream
146. Jesus and the Shamanic Tradition
147. The Handyman's Dream
148. Box Lunch: The Layperson's Guide
149. Sign on the Line (Bella After
150. Travesti: Sex, Gender, and Culture
151. The Children Are Free: Reexamining
152. Carly's Sound
153. Fake Vol. 3
154. The Culture of Queers
155. In Pursuit of Justice
156. Virtually Normal (Vintage)
157. Wild Rock (Yaoi)
158. Giovanni's Room
159. The Iron Girl: A Jane Lawless
160. Death Trick: A Murder Mystery

141. God's Grace and the Homosexual Next Door: Reaching the Heart of the Gay Men and Women in Your World
by Harvest House Publishers
Paperback (01 September, 2006)
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Subjects:  1. Christianity    2. Christianity - Christian Life - Social Issues    3. Church And Social Problems    4. Church work with gays    5. Counseling    6. Gay Studies    7. Homosexuality    8. Lesbian Studies    9. Religion    10. Religion - Ministry & Pastoral Resources    11. Religion - Pastoral Care / Counseling    12. Religious aspects    13. Religion / Counseling   

142. Alternatives to Sex: A Novel
by Simon & Schuster
Hardcover (28 March, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Growing up with Mr. McCauley
I have reading Mr. McCauley since Object of My Affection, and my only criticism is that he does not write fast enough.This book is laugh out loud funny at times with wonderful dialogue and memorable characters.Dry, bitter, sarcastic and bitchy this book is a 5 star winner.

2-0 out of 5 stars Unpleasant characters make this a tough read
Having enjoyed McCauley's first novel & read enough reviews that lead me to want to read this as a sort of lighthearted romp along the lines of a gay male 'Sex & the City', I was almost totally put off by this dreary and sour book.The main problem for me was that almost all of the characters, including at times the narrator/protagonist, William, are so unlikeable and often unpleasant, that I found myself wanting to escape their company.Even the 'object of his affection,' Edward, is so sulky and petulant throughout the book, that one cannot really root for or even care whether they get together.The non-rent paying tenant Kumiko; the belligerent self help guru, Marty; the effete Belgian, Didier; the arrogant perfumer, Sean; the bulldozing fellow agent, Deirdre, and on and on- all of these characters are so meanspirited and nasty that the book is a downer.Perhaps this is due to the fact that it is also self-consciously a 'post-9/11' novel, but to wallow in such misery is more than I could take for the few chuckles the book elicited... be warned!

5-0 out of 5 stars Just wonderful!
The only bad part of this novel is that it ends.Had read all Mr. McCauley's other novels, and adored them.This one seems more mature and developed than the other books.I'm a sucker for characters in ruts that evolve and "grow-up" (as a character in the book, Marty, would say) and this novel did not disappoint. It's true that there weren't many suprises, but who needs those, in real life we figure out what others should do long before ever they do.The narrative is somehow a page-turner, yet moves slowly enough to flesh out so many realistic supporting characters as well.It was thrilling and heartwarming to witness William's transformation to adulthood without having morality crammed down our throats. I look forward to Mr. McCauley's next book. ... Read more

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143. Amuse Bouche (Russell Quant Mysteries)
by Insomniac Press
Paperback (25 April, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Tasty Treat!
I have to start by saying I think that Tony Bidulka is handsome and charming. But do I let that prejudice my opinion of his books?
5-0 out of 5 stars Yummmmmmm
Amuse Bouche are little tastes served at the beginning of the meal - but this thriller by Canadian author Anthony Bidulka is a full and hearty meal that will leave you wanting more. Meet Russell Quant and his very real and human cast of friends and foes - someone for eveyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Alluring and Amusing Mystery for Everyone
Amuse Bouche is about Russell Quant, a young gay man celebrating his first year as a private detective with a bottle of passable champagne he retrieves from the mini fridge that holds up one end of his office desk. He is reminiscing about his less than exciting cases in the first twelve months when along comes the case of a lifetime - murder, deceit, international travel, and a client who may be the bad guy. What follows is an absolutely alluring and amusing romp of a mystery that anyone will enjoy. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. English Mystery & Suspense Fiction    2. Fiction    3. Fiction - Mystery/ Detective    4. Gay    5. Literary Criticism    6. Mystery & Detective - General    7. Mystery & Detective - Series    8. Mystery/Suspense    9. Fiction / Gay    10. Literary Criticism & Collections / General   

144. Fresh Men: Young, Fresh, Sexy
by Bruno Gmunder Verlag Gmbh
Hardcover (30 May, 2006)
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Subjects:  1. Gay Studies    2. Photo Techniques    3. Photography    4. Subjects & Themes - Erotica    5. Subjects & Themes - Nudes    6. Erotic art   

145. Artist's Dream
by Bella Books
Paperback (30 October, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars I just had to read it twice...
It's not often that I read a book twice, but I had to read this one again.WOW!What a phenomenal story.
5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Love Story
Beautifully written love story of two women letting themselves fall in love despite past experiences.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fire and brimstone
I felt a hidden desire to fling Cassie to freedom about her sexuality.Then meeting her father...well, I'd like to have kicked his butt to kingdom come.
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146. Jesus and the Shamanic Tradition of Same-Sex Love
by Suspect Thoughts Press
Paperback (16 December, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A CRYING SHAME -- A PUBLIC SCANDAL
Scholarship of this magnitude deserves to be, and should have been, published by one of ourmajor university presses -- Oxford University Press, Yale University Press, Harvard University Press -- the list is long.That is was not so published is a public scandal.After numerous, unconscionable rejections by major publishers JESUS AND THE SHAMANIC TRADITION OF SAME-SEX LOVEfinally found the light of day through Suspect Thoughts, a "press for connoisseurs of transgressive, intelligent literature."What it transgresses is the massive, unconscious -- or semi-conscious -- conspiracy of silence about the recent discoveries of the origins and errors of Christianity.That conspiracy prevail because the churches are unable to cope the truth. "You shall know the truth, and the truth will make you free" said Jesus.The truth is making men free, but it is scaring the churches to death.What scares them is the truth about the connections between sex and religion that recent scholarship have uncovered, and they cling to untenable dogma like drowning men clutching at straws. The sound of revolution are in the street, and the churches cannot shut it out. The revolutions brought on by the 18th century Enlightenment pale by comparison with the revolution now underway.One of our more level headed leaders of that revolution is Will Roscoe, and what he tells us leaves the establishment frighten out of its wits.The pews stand empty.The churches are going out of business.The very fabric of Western civilization, as my book BE DONE ON EARTH demonstrates, is decadent and under stress.And the establishment cannot save itself by sticking its collective head, ostrich like, under the sands of media babble.Another Bastille Day is dawning.Right on Roscoe!

A great read for anyone willing to court the notion of a shamanic healing ritual that involves passing spirit from one person to another through nudity and touch to become one flesh before separating into two bodies.This is NOT a gay tantric sex manual.It is a study of Jesus in history, religion, and literature in the light of shamanistic healing.It explores the implications of historical scripture version in the suppressed version of the Gospel of St. Mark. It suggests a hierarchy of mystical baptisms...implying what Catholic and ProtestantChurches have to offer are ...if not lacking... at the very least, fundamental. Seek ye the Truth and the Truth shall set you free.

4-0 out of 5 stars Earliest Baptisms and Their Possible Effects
In "Jesus and the Shamanic Tradition of Same-Sex Love", Will Roscoe suggests that baptism is a Christian adaptation of some shamanic rituals in which a spirit passes from one person to another.There are cults in which the two individuals, one with a spirit, are nude and touch, with or without sex, to become one flesh with one spirit, before separating into two bodies with two spirits.
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Subjects:  1. Christianity    2. Christianity - History - General    3. Early church, ca. 30-600    4. Gay Studies    5. Gender Studies    6. History of doctrines    7. Homosexuality    8. Love    9. Religious aspects    10. Sexuality & Gender Studies    11. Social Science    12. Sociology    13. Gay & Lesbian studies    14. Religion / General    15. Religious social & pastoral thought & activity   

147. The Handyman's Dream
by Authorhouse
Hardcover (September, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars "You see this guy, this guys in love withyou"
One sunny autumn day Ed sees a new mailman walk up his sidewalk and drop off his mail.Ed, a late 20s guy in a small-ish town in NE Indiana, notices this mailman in the way that a gay notices another guy....or for that matter, the way any person would romantically notice another person.Ed's fascination gets the best of him as he conjures a scheme to find out if the new mailman is 'one of his kind.'While Ed's scheme doesn't provide a clear answer, bumping into the mailman at a gay watering hole in Ft Wayne a few days later does.
5-0 out of 5 stars Gay romance with a heart!
This gay romance between a handyman and his mailman is a delightful read. It is a heartwarming love story set in a backward small town.
5-0 out of 5 stars A genuine heartfelt story....
This book is everything I want in a book and more. As I read it, I felt myself being drawn into the story, and I could not put it down. The characters are true to life, and its written in a very classy way. The thing I like best about the book is that its very believeable. Its a very tender story that has humor, sadness, anger, despair, and challenges that we all face on a day to day basis. This is an exceptional read, one you can enjoy no matter your background. ... Read more

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148. Box Lunch: The Layperson's Guide to Cunnilingus (Get It on)
by Alyson Books
Paperback (01 July, 2004)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars so funny
I bought this book for a guy I was dating whom had never in his life done "the deed". I got the book after I dumped him(not for that reason)lol. So me and my friends read it. It is really funny and a fun fast read.I highly recommend it.And it could give your boyfriend or girlfriend some pointers.

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't get to point...
I really didn't like this book,the author spends all of her time either talking about herself of her girlfriends,she seems to fill up the book with other stories then to talk about technique in depth,and the only chapter in book that talks about technique has nothing in it!...her descripton of the clitoris is mixed up,and her writing style is confusing...the drawing of the vagina is not clear at all it's not well drawn it looks weird...
5-0 out of 5 stars Have her singing arias to the rafters!
This book is playfull, fun, and informative. I would highly recomend it to begginers and "experts" alike. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Human Sexuality    2. Lesbian Studies    3. Lesbians    4. Love / Sex / Marriage    5. Oral sex    6. Psychology    7. Sex Education    8. Sex instruction    9. Sexual Instruction    10. Women's Studies - General    11. Psychology & Psychiatry / Human Sexuality    12. Sex & sexuality   

149. Sign on the Line (Bella After Dark)
by Bella Books
Paperback (30 October, 2006)
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5-0 out of 5 stars This book is both really sexy AND has a good plot!
First of all, I should admit that I'm a big fan of reading erotica. Usually, however, I prefer short stories that get right to the "good parts" over full length books. But in Sign on the Line Jaime Clevenger successfully weaves together six or seven sex scenes ranging from pretty darn good to incredibly hot with a fun and compelling plot (it's way more interesting than the back of the book makes it sound). Clevenger's dialogue is particularly witty and had me laughing out loud more than once. The main character of the book is charming and likeable despite (or maybe because of) her playgirl ways, and the ending delightfully resists the predictable. If you like reading erotica and/or lesbian fiction, I highly recommend this book! ... Read more

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150. Travesti: Sex, Gender, and Culture among Brazilian Transgendered Prostitutes (Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, and Culture)
by University Of Chicago Press
Paperback (15 November, 1998)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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It is wonderful and weirdly fitting that one of the jacket blurbs for this work of social anthropology is by sex educator and former porn star Annie Sprinkle. Just as there is nothing dry or remote about Annie Sprinkle's delivery, there is nothing dry or remote about Don Kulick's. In fact, this may be the most readable and engaging study of transgenderism to surface in years. For seven months in 1994, Kulick lived in a household of "travestis"--Brazilian male prostitutes who live as women. He constantly tape-recorded their casual conversations, whether on the street soliciting customers or in their small rooms in the ghettos of Salvador, and has been able to trace the motivations behind their behavior and body modifications with plausibility and compassion. So absorbing are the details of the travestis' lives, as recounted by Kulick, that the reader can easily miss the author's equally acute analysis of their often bizarre transformations and of what travestis, with their exaggerated performance of "femininity," suggest about the construction of gender in Brazil. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars very graphic
I wasn't sure what to expect when I picked up Travesti. All I knew was that I would be in for a treat just by looking at the cover.Kulick who is an anthropologist who studied the lives transvestites in Brazil as he became friends with them he got all of the inside scoop and included it in his book.He talks about the travestis that come from Italy to do business in Brazil where these things are more acceptable.Some of the people he interviews talk about how they started in the business, they talk about the ups and downs of their jobs. I found some of the stories to be very graphic.The lives of these men are sometimes beyond their choice of living. Some of them believe they were born into it.The stories are very realistic and in some cases tragic.I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone whose clsed minded.However if you find it initeresting to read about the harsh realities of the world then this is the book for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars O bicho pegou!
I found this book to be very well written and, in several instances, it made me long to return to my anthropological studies at NYU.Had I only been a curious reader I probably would have found this book brilliant, but my reading was shaded by the fact that I personally know many travestis in Salvador (Peruco, Xuxuca, Kit Mahoney, Angelica) and therefore found the exclusion of several things to be particularly odd.
5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Anthropological Work -- Worth the Read
Don Kulick provides an excellent example of anthropologists dealing with the tough issues of gender and sexuality research. He demonstrates how connected anthropologists become to those they study; and further challenges us to consider closeness, concern, and friendship with our informants as methodologies that speak not only to our own humanity as anthropologists but also to the humanity of our communities of study.I have used this book to teach introduction to cultural anthropology course and it is a perfect blend of theory, narrative, and insight which keeps students engaged and asking the difficult questions of conducting cultural anthropological research. I applaud Kulick and thank him immensely for his work!GET A COPY :) ! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Brazil    2. Case studies    3. Gay Studies    4. Gay/Lesbian Nonfiction    5. Gender Studies    6. Human Sexuality    7. Male prostitutes    8. Popular Culture - General    9. Salvador    10. Social Science    11. Sociology    12. Transvestism    13. Transvestites    14. Anthropology    15. Social Science / Gender Studies   

151. The Children Are Free: Reexamining the Biblical Evidence on Same-sex Relationships
by Jesus Metropolitan Community Church
Paperback (02 April, 2002)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Assumptions, Lies, Deliberate Reality Gaps and Wishful Thinking
The stuff contained in this book ranges, as the saying goes, from the ridiculous to the sublime. Mr. Miner states a great deal of what he says as if it is fact, rather than merely his (very wishful) opinion. He says, for instance, that "Lot knew the men of Sodom much better than any of today's fundamentalist preachers do. And it's obvious he believed the crowd outside his door was predominantly heterosexual. Why else would he offer his daughters?" It is NOT "obvious" at all that the crowd was predominantly heterosexual. The author conveniently leaves out the very distinct and far MORE obvious possibility that a great many of the people of Sodom were BIsexual, in which case, offering them his daughters, despicable as it was, would have made plenty of sense. Note, please, that even though my argument makes far more sense than what the author says, I am here using the terms "could have" and "possibility," whereas the author of this book states his case as if everything he is saying isfactual. Mr. Miner says elsewhere that "Since the Middle Ages, Christian theologians have viewed this story as a blanket condemnation of homosexuality. They have perpetuated the idea that Sodom was destroyed for its sexual wickedness and that the proof of this wickedness was the desire of the men of Sodom to have homosexual sex." Mr. Miner is again stating his opinion as if it is fact. In fact, Sodom was not destroyed only because of sexual perversion, but rather, as Paul says in the New Testament, because the Sodomites TOOK PRIDE in their perversions. Note, please, for instance, that today's homosexuals are participating in yearly "Gay Pride" Parades. It is true the Bible does not say that homosexuality is a worse sin than adultery, incest or murder, but nowhere in the world that I know of is anyone yet holding yearly "Adultery Pride" or "Incest Pride" or "Murderer Pride" parades.
4-0 out of 5 stars Encouraging, sound review of Scripture
This book was a Godsend for me. I grew up in a faith that was very condemning of the feelings I quite naturally experienced. As a result, I was very unhappy for years, even marrying and divorcing as a result. After my divorce, while searching for guidance, I happened upon this book and found the answers I had sought for so many years. The authors make a logical, reasoned argument for their affirming position that addresses common points of contention for people of faith. My only complaint is the somewhat hoky writing style that seems to be a way of making the book as casual and conversational as possible. However, this is a vast improvement over the other books that I have read, which are so steeped in intellectual dissection and examination that they confused me and left me with no "ammo" for later discussions. This book lays out understandable evaluations of Scripture that are easy to understand and even easy to recall during later discussions. Thank God for this book! It said all the things I knew but couldn't articulate.

5-0 out of 5 stars God loves and blesses us all
This is a detail review of both the condeming and affirming references to Same-sex Relationships in the bible.
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Subjects:  1. Bible - Study - General    2. Christianity - Christian Life - Sexuality    3. Religion    4. Religion - Biblical Studies    5. Religion / Christian Life    6. Sexuality & Gender Studies    7. Social Science / Gay Studies    8. Bisexuality    9. Christian life    10. Christianity    11. Gay Studies    12. Homosexuality    13. Homosexuality and Christianity    14. Religious aspects    15. Social Science   

152. Carly's Sound
by Bold Strokes Books
Paperback (27 July, 2006)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A sensitive book
Carly's Sound is a sensitive story about loss and renewal.Ali Vali shows a masterful use of the language in the way she deals with Poppy's feelings.There are no long tortuous passages about how much she misses Carly.Instead, Vali uses her words and actions to show how much Carly meant to Poppy and what a devastation her loss was.Vali doesn't bludgeon the reader with sadness, but the feeling is still there.One of the best devices used in the book is to have Carly's ghost appear in the story.Whenever Poppy's misery threatens to become too strong, Carly pops in and provides some comic relief.The great affection between the two characters is obvious, but so is the fact that Carly is ready for Poppy to move on.The reader can also feel Poppy's confusion as her feelings for Julia begin to develop and she feels that she is somehow betraying the relationship she had with Carly.Julia provides a perfect character study as the woman who wants to love Poppy, but is afraid she will never be able to live up to what Poppy had before.Vali shows herself to be a talented writer in how she tells her story and presents her characters. Whether or not the reader has ever experienced such a loss, you will feel empathy with the characters and know that you've read a good book.
5-0 out of 5 stars Heart and Soul Returned!
Carly's Sound is a wonderful book!You feel for all of the characters that lost part of themselves the day Carly died.I can't imagine loosing the love of my life, let alone through suffering and pain. Ali Vali paints a very real picture of the pain and sorrow that a person would go through.
5-0 out of 5 stars Touching, Heartbreaking, Intense... Ali Vali Does it Again...
Poppy Valente is a self-made, wealthy woman who lost the love of her life, Carly,to an aggressive form of breast cancer two years prior to the start of this story.Deciding it is time to rejoin the living world, Poppy takes an active part in the opening of her newest resort, Carly's Sound.In the meantime, Julia Johnson poses as her brother's wife and comes to live in the employee housing at the resort.Poppy and Julia become fast friends and eventually find it hard to resist the growing feelings between them.
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153. Fake Vol. 3
by TokyoPop
Paperback (September, 2003)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Yaoi!!!! Love it to pieces!!!!
This is one of the first mangas I ever read (I got it from my friend) and now I'm collecting the series myself because I couldn't get enough. The characters seem so real, and relationship fits together like puzzle pieces. If you are into yaoi, or even if you're not, this is an awesome book/series and I reccomend it to anyone who enjoys anime. The only thing I don't like about the books is that they needed to continue forever or at least until Dee proposed to Ryo and they got married and adopted a kid (which Ryo already has, practically). That is when I would agree that the series needed to come to a close.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Manga Series Out There!
This is my all time favorite series - even though it's only Shonen Ai it is the greatest Manga Series out there. The art is great and the story is funny and sweet in a lot of places, especially when it reveals how much the two main characters care for one another. It focuses on Dee Laytner and his persistence to get into the pants of his new partner Ryo Maclean, your average uke not knowing what to make of Dee's advances and Dee isn't the only one after Ryo, their new boss Berkley Rose is and Dee has his own admirers including one hyperactive jealous JJ, who hates Ryo. This is a must have series for any Yaoi or Shonen Ai Fan!

5-0 out of 5 stars Manga review from the experienced
I couldn't help but grin while reading this volume. The story just keeps getting better as the series progresses.If you liked volumes 1 and 2, then you'll love this one. There are few comedy manga titles out there, even less that are the same humor wave-length as me. This one is right on target. I plan to get the rest of the series. Great manga!
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154. The Culture of Queers
by Routledge
Paperback (28 December, 2001)
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Subjects:  1. Current Affairs    2. Gay Studies    3. Gays in popular culture    4. Gender Studies    5. Homosexuality    6. Homosexuality in art    7. Homosexuality in motion pictur    8. Homosexuality in motion pictures    9. Lesbian Studies    10. Mass Media    11. Public opinion    12. Sociology    13. Cultural studies    14. Current Events / Mass Media    15. Film theory & criticism    16. Gay studies (Gay men)    17. History of specific subjects   

155. In Pursuit of Justice
by Renaissance Alliance Publishin
Paperback (05 May, 2003)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Radclyffe Keeps Getting Better and Better
I remember reading a Radclyffe interview where she said she didn't like writing series romances.I'm so very glad she doesn't "walk the talk" on that one!I have completely enjoyed her three series: Honor, Provincetown, and Justice.In fact, I've read through all of them for a second time this year.
5-0 out of 5 stars Adventure,romance,intrigue,and more!
Rarely have I found a writer who can take so many different plot lines and weave them all into one book. You could take any one of at least three seperate tracks in this book and turn them into individual stand alone stories worthy of publishing. But such is the case with Radclyffe's writing. She gives you much more than your money's worth, and leaves you with enough questions to cause you to hunger for the next installment in the series. I recommend reading her "series" stories in order, and watch both the writer and the characters in her literature mature!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Winner
Whether you read Radclyffe's series books, like the Justice series or the Honor series or the Provincetown series, or you read one of her stand-alone romances, you can not go wrong.
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156. Virtually Normal (Vintage)
by Vintage
Paperback (17 September, 1996)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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In a dizzyingly short period of time, homosexuality has gone from being the love that dare not speak its name to the one that shouts it. Refreshingly, in this wide-ranging discussion of the moral and political status of homosexuals, Sullivan, the gay former whizbang Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Stimulating and enjoyable, but don't forget the salt
In this book, Sullivan divides and defines the political views on homosexuality into 4 views - the prohibitionists, the liberationists, the conservatives, and the liberals (the other reviewers have adequately summarized the 4 views, so I shall not add my own). He goes on to posit his view that all public (as opposed to private) discrimination against homosexuals be ended, particularly in the areas of marriage and the military.
5-0 out of 5 stars Very poignant
Homosexuality has been been getting a lot of publicity in the last few years - and even more so in recent weeks, with the election of a gay bishop to the Episcopal church, and the subsequent discussion of gay marriage.With so much talk nowadays, it is important to be informed.5-0 out of 5 stars Gay and Normal
Author Andrew Sullivan's book is a breath of fresh air in the field of gay studies.Mr. Sullivan present different viewpoints on the subject of homosexuality (Prohibitionist, Liberationist, Conservative and Liberal) To present any argument you must understand the position of your opponent and I welcome the chance here ( in this book) to do that.Read more

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157. Wild Rock (Yaoi)
Paperback (31 January, 2006)
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2-0 out of 5 stars read before buying
I am afraid I have to agree with most of the reviewers, mostly Straitjacket and Elizabeth Lockett.
3-0 out of 5 stars body beautiful aplenty
there is something about a hot man in a loincloth that's just.... fascinating. since i have read the scanlation of this manga a while back, i'm well aware of its strengths and weaknesses. the cover alone makes it worth the money spent on acquiring a copy of this manga, although truthfully i had debated for a long while whether to buy it or not. the reason, simple - the plot is quite... mediocre to say the least. however, the visuals won out eventually and i ended up with a copy in my hands.
5-0 out of 5 stars Wild Rock is Rock'en!!
Wild Rock is one of my favorite mangas ever. Sure some of the plot in the stories are a bit weak, but the cuteness of the romance makes up for it. There is some guy on guy action, but it's done beautifully and tastefully. The art is fantastic to boot. ... Read more

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158. Giovanni's Room
by Delta
Paperback (13 June, 2000)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Although strange and foriegn, its idea is still compelling
This book was written a long time ago for a completely different audience. That being said, this is still a good book that gives insight on to the lives of people in France in the early 20th century as well as possibly opening people's eyes to the idea of homosexuality in a whole new light. Baldwin creates real people, that could be me or you, and puts them in a situation that isnt too far fetched to consider, and does a good job of showing how people act.
5-0 out of 5 stars "Can we not have a life together?"
"Love him and let him love you."
4-0 out of 5 stars Finely crafted melancholy
One thing I'll say right off: This is a book that can require several breaks from the reader, simply because its well-written despair worms its way into your mind and stays there. It's not the book you should read on a relaxing vacation, on your birthday, the day before your wedding, when you've already had an awful day. Still, it is a book you should read, because of Baldwin's insights into his characters and their situations.
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159. The Iron Girl: A Jane Lawless Mystery (Jane Lawless)
by St. Martin's Minotaur
Hardcover (14 July, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Suspense and Drama at its Best!
Restaurant owner, Jane Lawless is embroiled yet again, in another mystery to solve. This one hits close to home.Very, very close in fact.
5-0 out of 5 stars Tension, Suspense, Danger and a Dead Ringer
Jane Lawless has struggled and grieved over her partner Christine's death back in 1987, a long time ago, but now she's happy with someone else and after coming back from a vacation with new partner Kenzie, she finally decides she's ready go through Christine's things. However, as she's going through Christine's briefcase, she finds a gun that shouldn't be there and now she has questions that need to be answered.
3-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable but more coincidence than investigation
The murder had taken place years before. Two people were brutally killed, a young boy traumatized, and the surviving family members left in their disintegrating home, backbiting and squabbling, with a line down the middle of the house to make sure neither trespassed on the other. Jane Lawless's lover, Christine, had been involved in a real estate deal that was supposed to sell that house, but Christine's cancer and the murder put the real estate deal on permanent hold. Now, though, Jane is starting to see hints of that murder everywhere.
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160. Death Trick: A Murder Mystery
by Harrington Park Press
Paperback (September, 2003)
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4-0 out of 5 stars A witty mystery
The year is 1979 and Don Strachey is hired by a wealthy couple to find their son Billy. Billy is wanted for murder, and since both he and Strachey are gay, the detective must have some ideas as to where the young man has fled. Of course, because all gays know each other, right? Soon Strachey is drawn into a complex puzzle as he becomes determined to prove Billy's innocence. Now if he could just find the young man before it's too late. In this lively mystery, Stevenson introduces his plucky detective and spins a great tale that belies the social commentary contained within. "Death Trick" is not only a great example of the mystery genre, but also a compelling slice of gay literary history.

4-0 out of 5 stars The gay storyline blends well with the telling of the events
around a murder.I like the angst that Donald feels when he becomes involved with a central figure in his case.The patronizing parents are a good, but overdone touch.In all, it is a pleasant read.

5-0 out of 5 stars A fast-paced, witty, gay who-dunnit.
In the series opener Albany P.I. Donald Strachey takes on a sensational murder case within the gay community--which just happens to be right up his own alley.Read more

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