Drag Queen in the Court of Death




      Drag Queen in the Court of Death
Was his ex lover really a twisted killer While cleaning out his dead ex lover Ronnie s apartment, staid history professor Michael Dunn Barten makes a grisly discovery,a mummified corpse in a trunk Suddenly Michael must travel back 25 years to find answers by revisiting everybody who knew Ronnie Back to the 1960s, back to the realization of his sexuality and the boy he loved Back to the troubling time when his wife threw him out and his family disowned him Back to uncover disturbing answers amidst drag queens and murky memories, and to reveal whether or not his first real love was truly a twisted killer Drag Queen in the Court of Death is a taut thriller about a man who needs to face his past in order to forge a future He must unravel a mystery that s a quarter century old, no matter how painful the truth may be. New Download [ Drag Queen in the Court of Death ] By [ Caro Soles ] – heartforum.co.uk

Caro Soles Bio My novels include mysteries, erotica, gay lit, the occasional bit of dark fantasy, and science fiction I received the Derrick Murdoch Award from the Crime Writers of Canada for my work in the mystery field, was short listed for the Lambda Literary Award, the Aurora, and the Stoker Award I live in Toronto with my long suffering husbandand love dachshunds, books, opera and ballet, not necessarily in that order.And yes, I love to read

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      Drag Queen in the Court of Death
 ] author [ Caro Soles ] – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Drag Queen in the Court of Death
  • Caro Soles
  • English
  • 21 November 2017
  • 1560236302

10 thoughts on “ Drag Queen in the Court of Death

  1. Kassa says:

    This is a great mystery that has elements of passion, romance, heartache, regret, betrayal, new love, friendship, and resolution The large cast is essential to the story where every detail is actually a stepping stone towards much needed answers Initially the title seemed off putting but after reading the story, it s actually incredibly fitting An absorbing and fascinating mystery that holds you captive through the various twists and turns with a wonderful history of gay culture woven into th This is a great mystery that has elements of passion, romance, heartache, regret, betrayal, new love, friendship, and resolution The large cast is essential to the story where every detail is actually a stepping stone towards much needed answers Initially the title seemed off putting but after read...

  2. Elisa Rolle says:

    I usually don t like to much mystery, it s not my genre, but this one is different, I have the feeling that the main character, Michael,than trying to solve a mystery is trying to find himself, and for a 47 years old man it s probably the time When Michael was 22 years old, he was the classical good son of an upper class family, English teacher in a private school, already married with a family friend, it seemed a perfect life But then Ronnie entered the picture, 17 years old and America I usually don t like to much mystery, it s not my genre, but this one is different, I have the feeling that the main character, Michael,than trying to solve a mystery is trying to find himself, and for a 47 years old man it s probab...

  3. Snowtulip says:

    This was a subtley paced story that unravels the truth behind the life of the MCs first and true love Michael learnsabout the man that he loved who recently died and why he was dumped After finding a dead body in the home of his former deceased lover, Michael learns truths about the past and where he stands now in his life This story appealed to me aslayers behind this mystery were peeled away and it really was...

  4. Catherine says:

    I admittedly picked this one up because of the title, which intrigued me.It s a quick read but I got frustrated with the main character who I found unlikeable and not particularly believable and with the character ...

  5. Chris says:

    Drag Queen in the Court of Death is the story of history professor Michael Dunn Barton, who returns to his hometown of Toronto after a shameful departure decades earlier when he disgraced his wife and family by beginning an affair with an underage student of the same sex Michael s real first love and the aforemen...

  6. Tempura says:

    On many gay mysteries, the author neglects the mystery side and focus on the man love Not here The plot is tightly woven, do not blink once, because every little details matters.I am not too fond of the main character, but he s a whole, complex personality, warts and all The secondary characters aren t just background either, Ms Soles can make you see someone with just a couple of sentences.There is a common theme to the book Relationships All kind of them Friendships, acquaintances, lo On many gay mysteries, the author neglects the mystery side and focus on the man love Not here The plot is t...

  7. Jeremy says:

    I wanted to like this one so much, but it defeated itself despite my best efforts It was like the author was curious about the mystery, but his character was so NOT The whole thing fell flat for me, and felt li...

  8. Alli says:

    Technically well written, compelling mystery good lead character Chaotic from secondary characters pointless arcs The story flatlined emotionally at a certain point, but there was still a HFN ish closure for the MC.

  9. Hadi says:

    A really enjoyable read

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