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THE MARRIED MAN

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

White leaves the first-person, autobiographical world of his trilogy (The Farewell Symphony, 1997, etc.) and portrays a romance—and its dissolution—across three continents and six countries with his characteristic wisdom and sexual frankness, darkened by a new sense of foreboding.Fifty-ish, HIV-positive, and recently heartbroken Austin Smith is an American scholar living in Paris, where he ... Read full review

Review: The Married Man

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Chuck Tyler

"Julien wore dark glasses but still found the brilliance of the leaves in full sunlight painful to look at. He appeared healthy otherwise and was thrilled to have his brother with him. They went walking down country roads; Austin felt they were inside a badly bombed Gothic cathedral, half of the stained glass shattered and on the ground, the rest still clinging to the leadings." With a luridly ... Read full review

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