L.A. Heat

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Alyson Books, 2006 - Fiction - 307 pages
22 Reviews

When LAPD detective David Laine first encounters hunky party boy Chris Bellamere, it is to interrogate him about the murder of one of Chris's many sexual conquests. When Chris's efforts to prove his own innocence mark him as a victim, David steps in to save him, and finds himself falling in love with a man who might be a brutal murderer. P.A. Brown's debut is a gritty mystery set in LA's edgy, less glamorous East Side, where gangs co-mingle with gays, gunfire is heard after dark, and where a gay cop like David Laine could live undetected. At least until now.

P.A. Brown was born in Canada, but lived in Los Angeles for many years.

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Review: LA Heat (LA #1)

User Review  - Mish Middelmann - Goodreads

Takes the reader into gay experience - including just how homophobic this world is. Touching call for a more open and tolerant attitude to diversity - and sexy, too. Read full review

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User Review  - Angel Pedroza - Goodreads

I enjoyed the main characters. Read full review


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About the author (2006)

P.A. Brown was born in Canada and lived in the Echo Park district of Los Angeles for many years.

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