Boy Meets Body
BOY MEETS BODY #1 in the PARTNERS in CRIME series Two young lives snuffed out, half a century a part, half a continent apart. The men who solve the murders also have to solve riddles in their own lives. Love is never easy. Sometimes, if you're lucky, you can give your life to it. Sometimes,... show more
BOY MEETS BODY #1 in the PARTNERS in CRIME series Two young lives snuffed out, half a century a part, half a continent apart. The men who solve the murders also have to solve riddles in their own lives. Love is never easy. Sometimes, if you're lucky, you can give your life to it. Sometimes, though, if you're not so lucky, you can give your life for it... Cards on the Table by Josh Lanyon Fifty years ago a glamorous Hollywood party ended in murder-the only clue a bloody Tarot card. Timothy North is trying to find out what happened that long ago summer's night, but when a Tarot card turns up pinned to his front door, the only person Tim can turn to for help is his ex-lover, Detective Jack Brady. Murder at the Heartbreak Hotel by Sarah Black Peter Moon, proprietor of a charming little get-away in the Land of the Midnight Sun, finds himself headed for less comfortable accommodations when he's accused of murder. Then his personal heartbreak showed up, fresh from six months in a Yukon River fish camp, determined to help.
Publish date: October 1st 2007
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages no: 184
Edition language: English
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Series: Partners in Crime (#1)
Cards on the Table by Josh Lanyon: 3.5 starsVery engaging mystery. Suspenseful. Love the characters, especially Tim, who has difficulty to deal with his epilepsy, which he suffers from only for about 1-2 years. Lanyon sure knows how to write tortured souls. And although this isn't really anything ne...
Cards On The Table by Josh LanyonMurder at the Heartbreak Hotel by Sarah Black
This opinion is written for Sarah Black's "Murder at Heartbreak Hotel" only, since I have read Josh Lanyon's "Cards on Table" on different book.This is one of the earlier writings of Sarah Black, and have I not read her more recent stories, I might not enjoy it very well. The writing feels a bit rou...
I read a lot of Josh Lanyon. He is one of my favorite gay romance authors. His story in this anthology, "Cards on the Table" was not up to his usual standard. It felt like I was reading a repeat of his Adrien English series, only shorter and with a nicer love interest. The main character is a ex-rep...
This ebook contains suspenseful, non-series m/m stories from the always excellent Lanyon and Price.