Keegan's folly /

Hayes, Hutton.

Keegan's folly / by Hutton Hayes. - [Bloomington, Ind.] : 1stBooks, c2001. - vi, 222 p. ; 23 cm.

A contemporary comedy of manners, spiced with gay camp and wit, that explores the many possibilities of gay love through the eyes of its protagonist, young New York writer Keegan Kane. Kane faces the possible repercussions of a tell-all book written by his promiscuous ex-lover--in which his own publisher expresses interest--and reels from the critical failure of his two "gay harlequin romance" novels; he seeks to heal his bruised ego by hiring a male escort to join him at Miami's White Party. Kane and the escort go through a series of comical scenes in Greenwich Village and on Long Island as they prepare for the event.

0759619107 (pbk.) 9780759619104 (pbk.)


Gay men--Fiction.
Gay authors--Fiction.
Gay men--Sexual behavior--Fiction.


Humorous fiction.

PS3558.A8313 / K44 2001

813/.6

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