New York: St. Martin's Press, March 1991. First Edition. Boards. SIGNED Presentation by the Author, small 8vo, black boards, Mylar-protected dust jacket (unclipped) depicting a dead priest by Harry Bliss, 182 pages. Very Fine / Very Fine. Item #1280
Presentation Copy SIGNED to a close associate.
"Zubro does for Chicago what Joseph Hansen has done for L.A. and Nathan Aldyne has done for Boston."--Ed Devereux, Unabridged Bookstore.
"Along with his lover, the professional baseball player Scott Carpenter, Tom [Mason, a high school teacher,] plunges into a well of ecclesiastical intrigues that take him into the hidden underground of gay Chicago and the tragedies caused by a hypocritical church."
An exciting mystery set in Chicago and full of dangerous religious and gay affairs.
Exceptional Condition! Author has been President of the Midwestern Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America. This is his third mystery.