When I heard of David's passing, it was a like a very close friend of mine had died. I never met him, but I knew him so well through his books. His essays take you along on the journey of his life with all its laughter, tears and ironies. Reading his own words, he takes you inside his head, and in this book, through his struggle with cancer that took his life. Don't be afraid to make David your friend, to laugh and cry with him as he exposes the absurdities of our culture with wit and insight. Read his works and he will always be with you.
I loved it! This is a stand out because unlike other gay mysteries, the folks at Pride Lodge are LGBT people who are over the age of 50. The author captures this phase of LGBT life in a very engaging and insightful way and with a great deal of wit and humour. Pride Lodge becomes a very real place -- I have even had a dream about it. The second in the series is about to become an audiobook an I can't wait.
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