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Slay Ride

Narrated by: Alexander Masters
Length: 2 hrs and 44 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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A wild and dangerous ride takes two lonely men into uncharted territory.... 

1943 Montana. Returning home to Montana after being wounded in the Pacific, Police Chief Robert Garrett was hoping for a little much needed peace on earth and goodwill toward man. Instead, he finds himself chasing after a cold-blooded killer on Christmas day aided - whether he likes it or not - by eager young reporter Jamie Jameson. 

Jamie has idolized Police Chief Garrett most of his life. Despite a stolen birthday kiss seven years earlier, he knows his feelings are unreturned. Even if Rob felt the same, there’s no room in their world for such feelings between men. But while Jamie can accept Robert not sharing his feelings, he won’t put up with being treated like a troublesome kid brother. He too has a job to do and he intends on traveling this bloody and twisted road with Robert Garrett - no matter where it leads.

©2019 Josh Lanyon (P)2019 Josh Lanyon

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Lanyon's full-length novels never disappoint and the same can be said for this short story. I love period pieces and Lanyon's colorful turns of phrase took me all the way back to a time of cub reporters, gun-toting gangsters, and a love that dares not speak its name. Slay Ride had me jingling all the way!

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