Son of a Gun by A.M. Riley

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One of the reasons I like this writer’s books so much is because at times she able to create a perfect blend of mystery and romance. In this book it’s not guaranteed that Stephan will continue his acquaintance with somebody whom he meets in this book...But what they had...was enough for me because the story was mostly a mystery.
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Genre: LGBT; Mystery & Suspense

Stefan Sanchez’s number one reason to flee Boerne, Texas, twelve years ago, was closeted deputy Chet Blain. Since then he has lived in Los Angeles, become a successful author of children’s books, and managed his sexual relationships with a certain cool cynicism.

When Stefan returns to Texas for the funeral of his best friend, Tommy, he is confronted by painful memories: His infamous father, shot as a traitor, his alcoholic mother, and Chet, who seems to want to start their old, painful relationship all over again. Added to this is a missing widow, drugs in the trunk of his rental car, and a hunky Secret Service agent who seems determined to make Stefan’s business his business.

It all ends in a mad chase across the infamously haunted Devil’s backbone where ghosts from the past and personal demons in the present all conspire to give Stefan a chance to close the book on his childhood forever...or die trying.

Note: This book was previously released by another publisher but has been re-edited and substantially rewritten for Loose Id.
 

About A.M. Riley

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A. M. Riley is a film editor and sometime poet, living and working in Los Angeles, with an interest in paranormal, erotica, and anything that tests established boundaries.
 
Published May 21, 2013 by Loose Id LLC. 243 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Erotica. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Jun 11 2014

One of the reasons I like this writer’s books so much is because at times she able to create a perfect blend of mystery and romance. In this book it’s not guaranteed that Stephan will continue his acquaintance with somebody whom he meets in this book...But what they had...was enough for me because the story was mostly a mystery.

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