Hot Off the Presses: A Novel

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Lethe Press, 2010 - Fiction - 297 pages
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As editor of a gay newspaper, Henry Thompson thought he had enough problems dealing with the conservative, old-money owners and the corrupt mayor of Atlanta-an evangelical clergyman who denies that African-American men are at risk with AIDS and sees no bene t in accepting federal safe-sex-education funds just months before welcoming the world for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. Henry lost his lover to AIDS and sees the casual sex happening in the community as almost criminal and certainly lethal. He relies on a good friend's skilled Tantric massages to release the tension in his life and raise his spirits.Then, while taking in a good, voyeuristic sweat at a men's-club steam room, Henry nds himself in a tryst with a handsome local athlete. What happens to a crusading journalist when he nds himself falling for a closeted gymnast favored to win gold medals at the upcoming Olympics? When CNN and Sports Illustrated hound him in their never-ending demand for sensationalism that threatens careers? Henry must nd the answer to moral dilemmas: integrity versus propriety; passion versus restraint.

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User Review  - Tristan Fielding - Goodreads

I loved this author's previous book but admit I found this one hard going. It is partly the idiom of American English versus English English but at times I found that I needed a glossary or something ... Read full review

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