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Release Date: April 6, 2012
ISBN: 9781573441698
eISBN: 9781573448734

The Gay Detective

by Lou Rand

Set in the fictional Bay City, a thinly disguised San Francisco circa 1960, The Gay Detective is a hardboiled camp novel centering around a baffling blackmail and murder ring. When the latest corpse turns up and police realize they are faced with still another dead end, they contact the Morely Agency, a detective outfit recently bequeathed to the late Mr. Morely's nephew.

 
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About the author Lou Rand
 

Lou Rand is the penname of Lou Rand Hogan, who was a regular contributor to Gourmet and Sunset magazines. He also earned culinary distinction at the Bohemian Club, the Palace Hotel, and the Mark Hopkins, as well as working as the private chef for billionaire industrialist Henry J. Kaiser. It was his experience as a gay man in San Francisco of the 1920s onward, however, that inspired classic works like...


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