Mark A. Roeder has written and published over seventy novels as well as scores of columns and articles. He is best-known for his Gay Youth Chronicles series. He currently resides in Bloomington, Indiana.
Outfield Menace is the tale of Kurt, a 15-year-old baseball player, living in a small, 1950s, Indiana town. During a confrontation with Angel, the resident bad boy of Blackford High School, Kurt attacks Angel, earning the wrath of the most dangerous gang in town....
Skye Mackenzie, the protector of gay boys and virtual superhero, is faced with a new danger that seems unreal. For the first time, Skye tangles with a foe who is more than his match and is saved only by the quick thinking of Devon, his former nemesis....
The Summer of My Discontent is a tapestry of tales delving into life as a gay teen in a small Midwestern town. Dane is a 16-year-old runaway determined to start a new life of daring, love, and sex - no matter the cost to himself, or others....
Percy Deforest Spock has just moved back to his hometown of Bloomington, Indiana. When a teenage boy knocks on his door, Percy is floored by the uncanny resemblance between the boy and his lost love of 20 years before....
Angel rescued his boyfriend, Kurt, from a hellish existence, but at the cost of exiling himself from his hometown of Blackford, Indiana. Fifteen years old and on the run, Angel must make his way until he can someday be reunited with Kurt....
Someone is killing the gay boys of Verona, Indiana, and only one gay youth stands in the way. He finds himself pitted against powerful foes but finds allies in places he did not expect. A brutal murder. Gay ghosts. A haunted Victorian mansion....
A History of Culver and the Culver Military Academy
Mark A. Roeder
Length: 10 hrs and 27 mins
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This audiobook presents a history of Culver, Lake Maxinkuckee, and the Culver Military Academy. Interesting facts and a wealth of other information are found in A History of Culver and the Culver Military Academy. Culver, Indiana, has a rich and varied history....