Camping in the Backyard: Going Forward

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iUniverse, Sep 1, 2002 - Fiction - 296 pages
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Jonathan and Michael met in Navy boot camp last year, fell in love and consummated their love while home on leave. Their families accepted their lifestyle, and everyone who reads this sequel will want to be part of these loving families. Jonathan was discharged from the military last year to head his father's business after his father's death. They continue their lives together in this erotic sequel while fixing up their three-story beachfront home in Seaside Heights. One of Michael's associates is brutally murdered outside the Naval Air Station. Michael and Jonathan do some sleuthing on their own to find his killer. Danger is closer than they realize. Theresa, pregnant with Jonathan's baby, promises to give Jonathan full custody of the child when it is born for a monetary settlement. Michael is being groomed to make his debut at the Metro-Tri-State Opera as Marcello in La Boheme on September 11, 1961.

"Anthony Zatti has a talent for creating engaging characters and relationships. I enjoyed CAMPING IN THE BACKYARD."
-Ben Tyler, author of TRICKS OF THE TRADE and HUNK HOUSE

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