Murder at Willow Slough

Murder at Willow Slough

Josh Thomas / Sep 21, 2019

Murder at Willow Slough Jamie Foster has a lot going for him he s young blond and handsome with an exciting career as a journalist Then his life falls apart Kent Kessler is a winner too a good looking athlete and the you

  • Title: Murder at Willow Slough
  • Author: Josh Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780595156863
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jamie Foster has a lot going for him he s young, blond and handsome, with an exciting career as a journalist Then his life falls apart.Kent Kessler is a winner, too, a good looking athlete and the youngest sergeant in state police history Assigned to investigate a Gay murder, he comes up clueless He teams with Jamie to track down the killer, and soon confronts a mind boJamie Foster has a lot going for him he s young, blond and handsome, with an exciting career as a journalist Then his life falls apart.Kent Kessler is a winner, too, a good looking athlete and the youngest sergeant in state police history Assigned to investigate a Gay murder, he comes up clueless He teams with Jamie to track down the killer, and soon confronts a mind boggling conspiracy.

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    About "Josh Thomas"

      • Josh Thomas

        Smalltown boy, native of Basketball Land Became a cityboy in New York, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Columbus and Indianapolis Literary heroes Jane Austen, Joseph Hansen diehard fan of the Purdue Boilermakers.Former editor of Gaybeat, Ohio s Gay Newspaper Three time GLPA award winner, including Best Investigative Reporter in America Co founder of AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati, one of the world s first AIDS organizations, 1983.


    774 Comments

    1. Finally in ebook format!The combination of mystery, crimes investigation, beautiful romance and endearing characters makes it a great read!


    2. Excellent story of a gay serial killer on the loose for 14 years and the lone gay activist reporter who doggedly pressures the police to move on the murders, and becomes a prime informant and target for the killer.Jamie foster is the most positive and unlifting gay character I have read about in a long time. Openly gay, outwardly beautiful, upwardly mobile,obscenely wealthy and an ex-model. He lost his first and only love to AIDS and is not one for physical relationships, so he feels lonely. He [...]


    3. This was an outstanding book. I read way too late at night and actually got up early to finish this a.m. because I was only about 20 pages from the end. It got a little sappy at the end, but overall I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's nice and long and very detailed. I believe it won an award from Lamda for police procedures and it definitely deserved it. I can't say enough about how great it was. Best book I've read in a while.


    4. This is a witty, smart, mysterious, intriguing and moving story about two people who are actually able to really see one another amidst the chaos they are in. It's a refreshing perspective on relationships that really makes one think and feel in a different way. I loved the writing style. It was a bit difficult to get used to at first but then I really felt that I was navigating the author's world through his language. Awesome book!


    5. First things first: I was recommended this book last year. Last year! :|I looked for ebook edition to buy, but there is no eformat in sale- at one point apparently there was, but not now. This is where GR friends come in handy since my friend L. sent me his PB copy. Thanks! <3The title on one hand and the cover on other present a perfect dichotomy of this novel, since first 60% of it was crime/procedural novel and rest of it was romance through and through. The reason I mention it here, is be [...]


    6. DNF at 30%.I didn't enjoy this one - found it incredibly boring and dislike the protag a bit. He is TGTBT, so georgeous he could stop traffic with his face, totally butch and overall awesome - not. Besides his often mentioned looks he is simply uninteresting. His counterpart, the butch, "straight" guy is also extremely gorgeous.The writing doesn't sit right with me - it feels somehow disconnected, I didn't get into the story, and some editing issues, e.g. gay is always written with capital G. Sa [...]


    7. this is easily the best book in 2016s .March but I'm confident it will be impossible to top thise story was intense and relevant.I completely loved this couple.talk about compartibility uld easily see. how this relationship would work.otf suret the most believable concept at times but here goodness its a meeting of hearts above everything else.Jamie is the most lovable character I have ever read and Kent more than deserved him warned the story drags on at the begining but it when it picks. it l [...]


    8. Loved it. I had a bit of a hard time getting into it because the first chapter is written like a newspaper article. But after that it was a pleasure to read. I liked both MC's and the solving of the crime was through old fashioned police work.


    9. I'm sad that I have to DNF this but it was just too much. I can't force myself to read a single page more even though I found the story interesting enough. The writing on the other hand just not my cuppa tea, I guess.




    10. A 1000 stars for the climax of the book. 2 stars for the Googleplay ereader. Formatting errors made it confusing to follow the story as it switches pov.


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