The Good Neighbor

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Alyson, Jun 1, 2006 - Fiction - 298 pages
3 Reviews
Exploring the concepts of success, masculinity, ambition, and sexuality, this novel focuses on the cultural shifts playing across the hedges in American society. Living next to each other, two couples form a close friendship, particularly David and Rory, who share a growing sense of dislocation and the sense that their lives have gone off track.

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User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

I very much enjoyed this novel about two households in a upscale Florida community. Rory and Bruno are a longtime gay/bisexual couple who have had their share of ups and downs but are firmly committed ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sherard H - Goodreads

The Good Neighbor by Jay Quinn has the upshot of being set in a Floridian suburb, which is great because as a Floridian, I can speak to the Florida suburbs first hand how the houses are almost ... Read full review

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