TOBY'S LIE by Daniel Vilmure

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Toby, a Jesuit high school senior, struggles with his homosexuality, his mother's desertion, and a crack-dealing best friend until his lover offers to search for Toby's mother if Toby will befriend an AIDS victim. 15,000 first printing.

About Daniel Vilmure

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Vilmure was born in Tampa, Fl. He is a graduate of Harvard and Essex Universities.
Published January 1, 1995 by BLOOMSBURY. 272 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Toby gets caught between friendship and the law as the detective investigating his mother's ``disappearance'' begins chasing after Juice as well--and then after Toby, who hides drugs in his mother's Corvair.

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When Toby sees his father playing pickup basketball with a man who may be Juice's drug competitor, the various worlds in which Toby moves begin to bleed into each other.

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