Where The Boys Are by William J. Mann

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In this witty and provocative follow-up to Mann's acclaimed bestseller "The Men From the Boys, " Jeff O'Brien--still in search of love and sex--navigates the circuit scene in the company of friends, tricks, old loves, and irresistible strangers.

About William J. Mann

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William J. Mann is the author of Kate: The Woman Who Was Hepburn, which was named a New York Times Notable Book, as well as several other acclaimed works of fiction and nonfiction. He divides his time between Provincetown, Massachusetts and New York City.
Published May 1, 2003 by Kensington. 416 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Picking up where The Men From the Boys (1997) left off, Mann brings thirtysomethings Jeff O’Brien and Lloyd Griffith back together years after their relationship fell apart and their best friend and mentor Javitz died of AIDS.

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The death from AIDS of their mutual best friend and mentor David Javitz sent them scurrying in different directions: Jeff to discover a blissful bachelorhood of drugs, circuit parties and dance floor groping in Boston, and Lloyd to adopt a peaceful, celibate Provincetown lifestyle, exploring his ...

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