Red River by James Orr

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The story of Sam. Born in Burma, he is desperate to escape the cruel Junta regime, knowing he can find love and happiness in Thailand. Trapped in the jungle, he is rescued by the Burmese Rangers. In Chiang Mai he is introduced to the gay world of the Bars and Nightclubs.
 

About James Orr

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James Orr (1844-1913) was a Scottish theologian born in Glasgow. He ministered at the East Bank Church in Harwick and later was professor of apologetics and theology at the United Free Church College in Glasgow. A highly respected evangelical lecturer both in Scotland and the United States, Orr was a valiant defender of historic orthodoxy in the heyday of liberal Protestantism, as seen in his contributions to The Fundamentals (1909-1915) as well as his chief apologetic work, The Christian View of God and the World.
 
Published November 12, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 220 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Travel, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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