And Then There Were Three

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Dellarte Press, 2010 - Fiction - 323 pages
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Drexel M. Johnson's extraordinary debut novel that resonates with emotions and a U.S. Army Investigation Command "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" inquest. Twenty-two-year-old U.S. Army Specialist Malcolm Preacher, a young son of the south faces his own demons and those of his two soul mates.

Hodkins, former East Bayou high school track star, the eldest of two sons from Clinton, Louisiana; didn't let a whole lot get to him including this latest trouble. He figured the most that would happen is that he would get kicked out and spend a life with his new partner, Malcolm. And then there was Petersen, a street smart diva from Baltimore, who only wanted love wherever she could fine it. Love wasn't always obvious to her.

Inspired by the experiences of old army buddies of Drexel M. Johnson, AND THEN THERE WERE THREE is his exploration of the increasing problem of the trials and tribulations of closeted bisexual military personnel who try to balance the needs of serving their country and their private lives. As the trio grapples with both their fears and choices, Johnson gets to the very heart of what it means to be normal in a military society.

 

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Drexel M. Johnson is a 7 year veteran of the U.S. Army. He has written articles for both the then Milwaukee Sentinel and his home town newspaper, The Ashley County Ledger. Johnson now works as an information technology specialist for the Justice Department in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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