The queen is dead: a story of jarheads, eggheads, serial killers and bad sex
A transatlantic literary romance which shares an unfashionable and unhealthy passion for military boys, cats, Jean Genet, cruising, Freud, and Morrisey. Simpson reports on the slow collapse of his hopeless love-affair with a Royal Marine and the outraged response to his incendiary book Anti-Gay; while Zeeland chronicles his doomed love-affair with his psycho-Marine boyfriend Alex and his love rivalry with Andrew Cunanan, gay serial killer and Versace's assassin.
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