Lads by Lerato Mulvaney

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"They are carefree, love fun, and use swear words like endearments but one of these lads is harboring a secret. This is comedy with a message! It is fresh, vibrant, light and yet deep. Its sudden twists will leave the core cords of your heart in raw knots.

Jordan is closest to Ouma, the old lady who cleans their house. His confession to Clinton, about having a thing for old women, unsettles Clinton’s mind. He asks Clinton if he can keep a secret. Could the secret have anything to do with the conversation Clinton and Henk overheard behind closed doors between him and Ouma?
“. . . As you know, this is big. I will just put the tip in. We just need it to stay in . . .”
Ouma’s response leaves their heads in orbit. The clashing expression on their faces when they burst into the room leaves Jordan in complete and utter disbelief.

Benji, a shabby, but very popular figure, has become a close friend of theirs. He has connections everywhere. He knows influential high-ranked people, both in the government and on the streets. There’s something psychic about Benji . . .

Henk has fallen deeply in love with Maeve and yet when Maeve tries to get close to him, he pushes her away. He falls sick and is rushed to hospital. What Clinton and Jordan find there, is too much shock for Jordan. Will he ever come to terms with it?

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Published June 16, 2010 by Xlibris. 136 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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