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“The pre-AIDS haze of casual sex evoked by the books is destined to come to an end, as the reader knows, and Thornton, knowing that we know it, integrates the start of the AIDS crisis into his stories as smoothly as the hot scenes of sex between Nowak and his hookups. This is compelling stuff on two levels, both as detective stories and as dramatic literature.” —Kilian Melloy, Edge Magazine
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Lionel and Dog are back in this follow-up to the Lambda finalist, Femme. Almost six months have passed and, after taking an online quiz, Lionel believes their relationship is doomed because they have nothing in common. To save their future together, the pair joins a gay bowling league and discovers that Lionel is an excellent, if somewhat eccentric, bowler.
Meanwhile, Dog gets profiled in a work newsletter. He’s excited that he’s out at work, but doesn’t immediately realize that by fawning over Dog’s masculine nature the writer was also putting down all femme guys. Lionel takes it personally, which leads to a crisis in their relationship. Attempting to make it up to Lionel, Dog makes a grand gesture—which backfires spectacularly.
Will the two manage to put things right? And will a night in jail, a morning of drag bingo, an afternoon of day drinking, and a month of moping make things better or worse?
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Both Boytown 10: Gifts Given and Night Drop are finalists for the 2017 Lambda Award in Gay Mystery! It’s such an honor to have both of my mystery series chosen. We’ll find out June 4th if one of them wins.
When failed actor Cal Parsons travels to rural New York to claim the estate of his famous and estranged ex-partner he discovers something he wasn’t expecting…the ghost of his ex! And, worse, the ghost wants Cal to join him for all eternity. Now. As Cal attempts to rid himself of the ghost by any means he begins to fall for the attractive attorney representing the estate. Will Cal be able to begin a new relationship or will he be seduced into the ever after?
“The writing is superb, the characters beyond memorable, the mysteries complicated and entertaining, and the stories themselves have staying power, an emotional heft that carries far beyond those little words The End.” — Melanie M, Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words
“Well, the fun has begun again and I gotta say…..I hope there is a 3rd lol. I’m so enjoying these mysteries. It’s so comical to see what kind of mess Noah and his neighbors get into. Sometimes it’s not a good thing, but they still can make it fun. I definitely recommend this book and if you haven’t read the first one…go get it first! They are a blast to read!” Becca, Lovebytes
“Hidden Treasures is very well written with engaging characters and interesting plot. But what’s more is that they have the feel of a cozy mystery but with a hefty dose of reality of it. They are incredibly atmospheric, they will take you back to the early 90’s and everything that entails. You feel that atmosphere, almost taste it. Hidden among these pages is a tiny piece of time machine taking you back to the 90’s, a place where you might just get asked if you want lube with your video rentals.” Annika, Boy Meets Boy
“I highly recommend Hidden Treasures, can’t wait for the next book, and hope Pinx Video Mystery series will have at least as many books as Thornton’s fabulous Boystown Mysteries series! 4.5 stars.” Crabby Patty, Gay Book Reviews
In the tenth installment of the award-winning Boystown Mysteries, it’s Christmas 1984. Nick is busy juggling a couple of cases in the midst of the bustling holiday season. Sugar Pilson has decided to marry and has asked Nick to check up on her fiancé. Meanwhile, he’s hired to investigate a shady financial planner at Peterson-Palmer. When the two cases start to have too much in common, Nick searches for the link—only to discover that the link might be him.
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It’s 1992 and Los Angeles is burning. Noah Valentine, the owner of Pinx Video in Silver Lake, notices the fires have taken their toll on fellow shopkeeper Guy Peterson’s camera shop. After the riots end, he decides to stop by Guy’s to pick up his overdue videos, only to find Guy’s family dividing up his belongings. He died in the camera store fire—or did he? Noah and his charmingly meddlesome downstairs neighbors begin to suspect something else might have happened to Guy Peterson. Something truly sinister.
The first in a new series from Lambda Award-winner Marshall Thornton, Night Drop strikes a lighter tone than the Boystown Mysteries, while bringing Silver Lake of the early 1990s to life.
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