A Queer Kind Of Love: A Pharoah Love Mystery by George Baxt

A Queer Kind Of Love: A Pharoah Love Mystery

byGeorge Baxt

Paperback | July 15, 1995

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Gay, black and proud--and like no other homocide detective in the history of the NYPD--Pharoah Love finds himself in the middle of a most baffling case. Someone with a serious grudge is knocking off mobsters in unusual ways. In pursuit of clues, Love investigation takes him from a luxurious brothel to a Russian nightclub with a temperamental diva.

"A tight plot, well-developed characters, and sharp, dry wit make this one of gay literature's best mysteries." - Booklist

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George Baxt was born June 11, 1923 in Brooklyn New York. He began his career as a radio announcer, and then became an agent and a television scriptwriter. From there, Baxt's career developed into scriptwriting cult horror films. He has published twenty-six murder mysteries the first being the acclaimed A Queer Kind of Death, published ...
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Title:A Queer Kind Of Love: A Pharoah Love MysteryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.3 × 5.52 × 0.72 inPublished:July 15, 1995Publisher:St. Martin's Press

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ISBN - 10:0312131526

ISBN - 13:9780312131524

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Gay, black and proud--and like no other homocide detective in the history of the NYPD--Pharoah Love finds himself in the middle of a most baffling case. Someone with a serious grudge is knocking off mobsters in unusual ways. In pursuit of clues, Love investigation takes him from a luxurious brothel to a Russian nightclub with a temperamental diva

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"Quirky characters and wry patter." - Publishers Weekly