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Boys Like Us by  Peter McGehee - Paperback - 3rd Printing - 1991 - from KingChamp Books and

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Boys Like Us

by McGehee, Peter

Condition: Fine

NY: St Martin's Press, 1991. Book. Fine. Trade Paperback. 3rd Printing. 8vo -- 8.25 in Tall. 166 pp. Close to new, some edge rubbing. Spine uncreased, no markings, gift quality. McGehee, an actor-author, tells a first-person tale of Zero, an Arkansas boy who makes his way to the sophisticated, hedonistic gay scene of Toronto, dealing with his friend's AIDS illness and various infidelties. Part of St. Martin's Stonewall Editions series. Reviewer Helen Eisenbach comments "The surprise is how well McGehee uses the ordinary details of our daily lives to evoke the demons we all struggle with: sex and love, friendship and family, life and death.".


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