Draqualian Silk: A Collector's and Bibliographical Guide to the Books of William Maltese, 1969-2010
Since 1969, William Maltese has penned more than 180 books under 36 pseudonyms. His early novels are regarded as classics of gay literature, selling on the collectors' market for up to $1000 each. But his fiction has continued to develop, and now has the sheen and polish of the "Draqualian Silk" that he invented for his Stud Draqual mystery series. This volume provides a complete list of the author's books, and includes bibliographical data, excerpts from the first 3 paragraphs of each monograph, and 3 indexes. Here's a book for anyone interested in the history of vintage paperbacks, gay literature, and popular culture.
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