Death of a Pirate King
Gay bookseller and reluctant amateur sleuth Adrien English's writing career is suddenly taking off. His first novel, Murder Will Out, has been optioned by notorious Hollywood actor Paul Kane. But when murder makes an appearance at a dinner party, who should be called in but Adrien's former... show more
Gay bookseller and reluctant amateur sleuth Adrien English's writing career is suddenly taking off. His first novel, Murder Will Out, has been optioned by notorious Hollywood actor Paul Kane.
But when murder makes an appearance at a dinner party, who should be called in but Adrien's former lover, handsome closeted detective Jake Riordan, now a Lieutenant with LAPD. And that may just drive Adrien's current boyfriend, sexy UCLA professor Guy Snowden, to commit a murder of his own!
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual situations, strong violence.
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Publish date: 16 sierpnia 2008
Publisher: Loose Id LLC
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
Series: Adrien English (#4)
I love Adrien. This book is another great mystery and win.
This fourth volume of Adrien English mysteries keeps up the tradition of the other three. It's two years after the previous book and there's a good mystery, terrific characters and a couple of interesting and important side plots. There's Adrien's mom, his step-sisters, his step father and there's...
After reading the last book, I was angry and didn't think there was anything that Jake could do to redeem himself in my eyes.... I was wrong!
It's been two years since Jake and Adrien have seen each other and it takes another murder to throw them back together. Once again Adrien finds himself smack dab in the middle of the investigation. Understandably this reunion brings back old hurts and anger. His reactions more jaded and cautious a...
Well, actually I started on Thursday. I had read the first Adrien English book back in 2012 and was underwhelmed. I had read it soon after Special Forces, The Administration and Captive Prince, which are tough acts to follow. Because this series gets consistently high marks, I decided to revisit...