Cathedral City by Gregory Hinton

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Once it was dazzling and pristine, rising on a lonely stretch of highway somewhere between Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage. Now it lies nearly dormant. Its crumbling facades shielding disenchanted longtime locals as well as Mexican immigrants... Against this backdrop, Kenny and Nick cling to each other and to their struggling local nightspot even as deep-pocketed developers hover, armed with plans to rebuild Cathedral City from the ground up.

About Gregory Hinton

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GREGORY HINTON, the author of Cathedral City and Desperate Hearts, is a writer and film producer. His film credits include Circuit, It's My Party, and Getting It Right. He lives in Los Angeles.
Published June 1, 2001 by Kensington. 340 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Longtime lovers Kenny and Nick are icons for the area’s large gay community, but Nick's decade-long bender drives Kenny into the arms of Maria, an illegal alien he rescued from sinister smugglers.

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However, most of the book's targeted gay readers will be put off by the unsympathetic and archaic representation of modern gay life.

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