Are You Nuts?: A Tom & Scott Mystery by Mark Richard ZubroAre You Nuts?: A Tom & Scott Mystery by Mark Richard Zubro

Are You Nuts?: A Tom & Scott Mystery

byMark Richard Zubro

Paperback | June 12, 1999

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After a difficult summer, the last thing that gay high school teacher Tom Mason needs in the new school year is turmoil. But a conservative parents' group, "worried" about gay teachers corrupting the students, is attempting to take over the local PTA. And it soon gets worse--one of the ringleaders of the parents' group is murdered in the high school after a very contentious PTA meetings, and Tom's best friend is arrested for the crime. Now to prove her innocence, Tom must hunt down the real killer...

Mark Richard Zubro is the Lambda Literary Award winning author of two gay mystery series - the Tom & Scott series featuring high school teacher Tom Mason and his lover professional baseball player Scott Carpenter, and the Paul Turner series, featuring gay Chicago Police Detective Paul Turner. He is a high-school teacher, and president ...
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Title:Are You Nuts?: A Tom & Scott MysteryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.3 × 5.48 × 0.74 inPublished:June 12, 1999Publisher:St. Martin's Press

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ISBN - 10:0312206348

ISBN - 13:9780312206345

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"One of the most engaging mystery series heroes" -Booklist on Are You Nuts?"Zubros greatest gift to the reader is the fluidity of pace and his flawless structure, which never loses balance. He also sprinkles the ride with lots of wit and self-deprecating camp humor...Rust on the Razor delivers a truly enjoyable read." -Lambda Book Report"Are you Nuts? had me guessing the killer's identity until the end... Tom is an appealing, witty character." -Mystery News"A breathless, headlong hurtle through a complex maze of danger and deceit. Like a master magician, the author never allows the reader an instant for reflection, providing instead constant and entertaining diversions. A stellar accomplishment." -The Clarion-Ledger on An Echo of Death