Don’t Quote Me

by Jasper Swain

Don't Quote Me - Jasper Swain
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 10.99
ISBN: 1720212422
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 274
Kindle (Abkhazian): $ 2.99 AUD

Harry Nast has it all. An apartment in the West Village, a column in a downtown rag, great friends and a slew of lovers. But when one of those lovers calls in the early morning hours and quickly turns up dead, Harry's life is turned upside down. His apartment is ransacked and his job is suddenly on the line. Soon Harry finds himself trying to solve a mystery far darker than he imagined. Can he keep it all together, or will his own demons get him first? Spanning from New York City to Provincetown, Don't Quote Me is a story about friendship, gay men and the struggles they face. You'll laugh and you'll cry. Harry Nast is a character you will not soon forget.

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Reviews:Sheila Margle on Goodreads wrote:

This is an interesting take on Gay life in NYC. It shows great friends, friends with benefits and drug use and abuse. Porn stars, tabloid writer and a PR friend. Oh and HIV positive men and their struggles. This is well written and shows friends help each other and solve the.murder of one of their friends. Betrayal and love. I really loved this book and the style of writing.

Harold Oemke on GoodReads wrote:

Have to know I read a lot, at least several books this length a week. It has been a few weeks since I read any book that held my interest as much as this one. I will remember this one and its author and that does not happen often.

Dell Christo on GoodReads wrote:

Thought this would be one of the free books that have been not so hot. Was surprised by the good writing and sort of dark story. Entertaining and smartly put together.

About the Author

Jasper Swain spent many years chasing the wrong things and he was almost destroyed by his pursuits. Friendship and laughter saved him. When he is not writing Gay Pulp Fiction he is usually walking the streets, observing people and finding humor in the peculiarities of the world.

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