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Marshall Thornton
Marshall Thornton is a novelist, playwright and screenwriter living in Long Beach, California. He is best known for the Boystown detective series, which received an honorable mention in the 2011 and 2012 Rainbow Awards and has twice been a finalist for the Lambda Book Award - Gay Mystery. Other... show more

Marshall Thornton is a novelist, playwright and screenwriter living in Long Beach, California. He is best known for the Boystown detective series, which received an honorable mention in the 2011 and 2012 Rainbow Awards and has twice been a finalist for the Lambda Book Award - Gay Mystery. Other novels include the erotic comedy The Perils of Praline, or the Amorous Adventures of a Southern Gentleman in Hollywood, Desert Run and Full Release. Marshall has an MFA in screenwriting from UCLA, where he received the Carl David Memorial Fellowship and was recognized in the Samuel Goldwyn Writing awards. He has also had plays produced in both Chicago and Los Angeles and stories published in The James White Review and Frontier Magazine. Member Mystery Writers of America
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 ⚣ MM Does MM ⚣
⚣ MM Does MM ⚣ rated it 2 months ago
~ 4 stars ~
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 2 months ago
This was a cute read! Lionel gets it in his head that he and Dog need to have more in common or their relationship is doomed, so they join a bowling league. That's not as boring as it sounds though, because Lionel ends up being stupid good at bowling. Lionel annoyed me at times here - he's very im...
 ⚣ MM Does MM ⚣
⚣ MM Does MM ⚣ rated it 2 months ago
~ 3 stars ~
 ⚣ MM Does MM ⚣
⚣ MM Does MM ⚣ rated it 2 months ago
~ 3.5 stars ~
A Gandy Girl
A Gandy Girl rated it 2 months ago
We were quiet a long time and then he said, “I love you.” I wondered if I’d misunderstood him. The discomfort of the idea must have shown on my face because he added, “I don’t mean I love you that way. Not like I love Ross. Not like you love Harker. I mean, I care about you, Nick. You’re my friend....
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