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Gossip (edition 1998)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0452273382, Paperback)Christopher Bram is one of the most praised writers of gay fiction, and Gossip is perhaps his best book to date. An incisive, savvy political thriller, Gossip tells the story of Ralph Eckhart, a denizen of the gay East Village and ACT UP member, who meets and starts an affair with Bill O'Connor, a closeted gay Republican journalist. After Ralph dumps Bill with an angry phone call (that has been taped), and O'Connor is soon found murdered, the police think they know who did it. Beautifully plotted and written, Christopher Bram has written a novel of contemporary gay politics that is as complex and exhilarating as our lives.
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A New York bookseller goes to Washington to have a homosexual affair with a journalist he met on the Internet. The affair turns sour when the bookseller discovers the journalist is writing an expose on a senator who is his friend. When the journalist is murdered police arrest the bookseller, but he didn't do it. By the author of Father of Frankenstein.
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