The Hanged Man by A.R. Fiano

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What would you sacrifice to do the right thing? New York City private investigator Gabriel Ross faces this elemental question in The Hanged Man. After seeing Gabriel confront a bigot in a controversial viral video, attorney Raymond Booth wants to hire him to probe a disturbing incident at Raymond’s charitable foundation. As Gabriel is otherwise publicly scorned and losing clients, he’s keen to take on Raymond’s case. But then Raymond disappears. Raymond’s sister Toni hires Gabriel to find the missing man. Gabriel turns up evidence of abduction—and then Raymond turns up dead.

Gabriel’s obsession with the case pulls him into the mystery Raymond wanted him to solve. Gabriel has help from journalist Alex Barclay and Gabriel’s former boyfriend Joel...leading to complications in his personal life. Gabriel begins unraveling a sinister secret connected to the foundation–a cabal tracing back to the origins of Nazism. Gabriel endeavors to uncover the conspiracy of Raymond’s murder without losing his license, freedom, or life.

The Hanged Man is the first book in the Gabriel's World series. Gabriel’s World offers a compelling community of characters, in stories that explore the extremes and complexity of good and evil. The Gabriel's World stories feature strong LGBT characters and mature, adult themes. The stories have adult content including violence, language, and sexual situations.
 

About A.R. Fiano

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A.R. Fiano is a writer, teacher, attorney and LGBT advocate living in New York City.
 
Published May 22, 2012 by Astrid Fiano. 328 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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