Small G

Small G

A Summer Idyll

Book - 2004
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Six months after his gay partner is brutally murdered, Rickie mourns at a local bar alongside his dancing dog, a possessive seamstress, and her beautiful apprentice, and when the seamstress conspires to thwart the others' infatuation with a newcomer, Rickie and the apprentice retaliate with humorous results.
Publisher: New York : Norton, 2004.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9780393059236
0393059235
Branch Call Number: FIC HIGHSMITH, PATRICIA
Characteristics: 310 p. ; 22 cm.

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Diell Jul 28, 2014

g stands for great gripping, gifted Highsmith. grievous bodily harm and a whole lot of grief. And of course
got to read more, go to 'Nothing That Meets The Eye' and everything else she's written. After that you'll still be gasping and grasping for more, you may grieve but must not feel guilty, if there's no more, there's no more, that's it. You must go forward, I suggest Margaret Yorke, start with her trilogy 'Guilty Secrets.'
gee whiz did I over do the small gs?

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FavouriteFiction Sep 30, 2009

Rickie Markwalder frequents a local bar which is identified in the guide books with a small g for gay. Mourning his lover who was recently stabbed he becomes embroiled in various plots and schemes and relationships that take place at the bar.

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