Friday, May 29, 1953
Nick and Carter just want to go home to San Francisco after their adventures in Mexico. But, before they can sail into the Golden Gate, Nick receives a subpoena from America’s most infamous witch hunter in Washington, D.C.
Meanwhile, an old schoolmate from Carter’s childhood shows up out of nowhere and revives painful memories. Once they get to the nation’s capitol, they are plunged into helping yet another flirtatious police detective solve a curious murder that leads to some very dark places. In the end, Nick and Carter set a trap to catch the killer and get much more than they bargained for.
What People Are Saying
“How does he do it? Each character, no matter how large a part they play in the story, whether they’re even ALIVE in the story, are all so real! There is a murder in the book which Nick and Carter are investigating. The way FB wrote it, I truly grieved for the victim, though we never actually met him in the story. Love this book and Brian Rollins truly brings it to life. I look forward, very much, to the next installment.”
“I really like premise of the series, with so many gay novels leaving nothing to the imagination I am finding this series very refreshing.”
“Brian Rollins narration is fantastic, and really adds to the enjoyment of listening to the story. His delivery perfectly suits the characters, emotions, and circumstances of the story. He definitely hits the nail on the head when it comes to the quirkier characters and the humorous parts of the story. “