Almost history: a novel
Jim Goodall joins the foreign service during the 1950s and is sent to the Philippines, where he observes the U.S.'s treacherous dealings with the Marcos regime, dealings that shake his belief in his government and himself.
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ALMOST HISTORYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Bram's fourth novel (In Memory of Angel Clare, 1989, etc.) dramatizes 35 years in the life of a career diplomat who comes out of the closet; the backdrop consists of political intrigue in the ... Read full review
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Bram has described himself as "a gay novelist . . . who tries to treat gayness as just one strand in a life that has more similarities with `mainstream' life than dissimilarities, without denying the ... Read full review