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Frost

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  2 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Frost is more than an absorbing love story and an outstanding exposition of homosexual passion and tenderness by the modern master of the genre; it's a bitter parable of the lengths to which a political egomaniac may go as he claws his way to the top of the heap. MUST reading for every individual of whatever sex who feels threatened by the peril to personal freedom in Amer ...more
Paperback, 207 pages
Published 1973 by Freeway Press (first published January 1st 1972)
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Soami
Dec 11, 2009 Soami marked it as to-read
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Frost is more than an absorbing love story and an outstanding exposition of homosexual passion and tenderness by the modern master of the genre; it's a bitter parable of the lengths to which a political egomaniac may go as he claws his way to the top of the heap. MUST reading for every individual of whatever sex who feels threatened by the peril to personal freedom in America today!

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Sloweducation
I had been skeptical of Richard Amory after reading the rather abominable Listen the Loon Sings, but I picked up Frost in a lot of books recently and was very charmed. Amory is a competent writer with obvious passion for his material. For better and for worse, his plotting in this novel leaves something to be desired. This is distinctly a hack mystery, where weirdly implausible connections spring up out of nowhere to lend a hand to the not-especially-clever hero. At the same time, there's some b ...more
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