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Alyson Books, 1980 - Fiction - 385 pages
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"Gaywyck," the first gay gothic romance, treads firmly in beloved territory, both honoring it and reinventing it. Classic in style, Vincent Virga creates a world as authentic as anything penned by DuMaurier, retaining the creaking ancestral mansion and mysterious and brooding master of the manor, while replacing the traditional damsel in distress with the young and handsome Robert Whyte.
Vincent Virga has been called "America's foremost picture editor." He has researched, edited, and designed picture sections for more than 150 books, including "Eyes of the Nation: A Visual History of the United States" and the full-length photo essay "The Eighties: Images of America." He is also the author of "A Comfortable Corner." He is working on a third novel, "Theatricals."

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User Review  - shojo_a - LibraryThing

I stumbled across this in a used bookstore, and picked it up as d fun trashy read on the plane over to Japan. To my surprise, Gaywyck was anything but light reading! It's apparently the first Gay ... Read full review

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User Review  - nessreader - LibraryThing

Wildly over the top gothic romance with good twin/evil twin, people who are supposedly dead (only not) concealed rooms in a mansion, a wilting gorgeous librarian, a heathcliffian master of the house ... Read full review


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