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Series: Gay Youth Chronicles [Chronological Order]

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The Official Guide To The Gay Youth Chronicles by Mark A. RoederGUIDE
A Triumph of Will by Mark A. Roeder2
Outfield Menace by Mark A. Roeder3
Snow Angel by Mark Roeder4
The Nudo Twins by Mark A. Roeder5
The Soccer Field Is Empty by Mark A. Roeder8
Someone Is Watching by Mark A. Roeder9
A Better Place by Mark A. Roeder10
The Summer of My Discontent: A Better Place II by Mark Roeder11
Disastrous Dates & Dream Boys by Mark Roeder12
Just Making Out by Mark A. Roeder13
Temptation University by Mark A. Roeder14
Scarecrows by Mark A. Roeder15
Scotty Jackson Died... But Then He Got Better by Mark A. Roeder16
The Antichrists by Mark A. Roeder17
Bloomington Boys: Brandon & Dorian by Mark A. Roeder18
Bloomington Boys: Devon & Nathan by Mark A. Roeder19
Lawn Boy by Mark A. Roeder20
Bloomington Boys: Scotty & Casper by Mark A. Roeder21
Bloomington Boys: Marc & Tim by Mark A. Roeder22
Someone is Killing the Gay Boys of Verona by Mark Roeder23
Keeper of Secrets by Mark Roeder24
Masked Destiny by Mark Roeder25
Do You Know That I Love You by Mark Roeder26
Altered Realities by Mark Roeder27
Phantom World by Mark Roeder28
Second Star To The Right by Mark Roeder29
The Perfect Boy by Mark Roeder30
Dead Het Boys by Mark Roeder31
This Time Around by Mark Roeder32
Dead Boys of Verona by Mark A. Roeder33
The Graymoor Mansion B&B by Mark Roeder34
Shadows of Darkness by Mark A. Roeder35
The Heart of Graymoor by Mark A. Roeder36
Skye & Colin by Mark A. Roeder37
Christmas in Graymoor Mansion by Mark A. Roeder38
The Picture of Dorian Gray: A Gay Novel by Mark A. Roeder39
Yesterday's Tomorrow by Mark A. Roeder40
Boy Trouble by Mark A. Roeder41
The New Bad Ass in Town by Mark A. Roeder42
Peralta's Bike Shop by Mark A. Roeder43
Hate at First Sight by Mark A. Roeder44
A Boy Toy for Christmas by Mark A. Roeder45

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Chronological Order information from author's website: Gay Youth Chronicles

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