Outburst by R.D. Zimmerman
(Todd Mills Mysteries)

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The search for a cop killer leads reporter Todd Mills and his partner, Detectiive Steve Rawlins, to a beautiful young man with an ugly secret, to the shooting death of another cop, and to a drama of hostage-taking that unfolds in the midst of a summer storm.

Under the pen name of Robert Alexander, Zimmerman's novels include The New York Times bestseller, The Kitchen Boy, and his latest, When Dad Came Back As My Dog.

About R.D. Zimmerman

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Award-winning author R.D. Zimmerman has been nominated for three Lambda Literary Awards, two Edgars, and an Anthony.  He has written eleven previous novels, including Hostage, Tribe, and Closet (1996 Lambda Literary Award winner) in the Todd Mills series.  He is also the author of six children's books, and created six bestselling mystery jigsaw puzzles.  Raised in Chicago, he now lives in Minneapolis.
Published April 12, 2011 by ScribblePub. 304 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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As in Todd’s hardcover debut, Hostage (1997), the clever mystery is completely overshadowed by Zimmerman’s high-intensity look at the dark side of sexual politics—in this case, the plight of Kris Kenney, stigmatized and despised by both straights and gays as beyond the pale.

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A confusion of sexual identities colors the latest case for gay Minneapolis TV reporter Todd Mills, last seen in Hostage (1997).

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