Entertainment :: Fiction Reviews
Sparks fly during a chance encounter between a European gentleman and a young Southerner in Brandon Shire’s intense novel.
45-year-old Barry loses his better half of two decades and tries to move on with his life in Rodney Ross’ moving novel.
Philip Bowman comes home after the Air Force and finds success in book publishing, but seeks love ultimately.
A tailor, a musician and an attraction that could result in death are at the forefront of this debut novel.
A sweep across 100-plus years of London’s gay underworld where rent boys, aristocrats, artists, snitches, felons, showgirls, transvestites and artists all strut their stuff, providing entertaining and occasionally erotic reading.
Stories from Russian writer Nikolai Leskov, freshly translated for this century.
A new photo book filled with images of male bodybuilders is far more irritating than it is titillating.
This photographic tribute to the Greek idol of male beauty provides a visual feast for those who like their men smooth, cut, well-proportioned and BIG. For someone who claims not to be a photographer, LaSalle knows how to texture a photo.
Our unnamed Narrator packs her Dalmatian, Rorschach, a roadmap and her broken psyche into her truck and drives towards a town revealed to her in a dream.
Readers accompany a young man on his sexual conquest of Asian men during the 1990s.