I enjoy Tamara Allen's writing. Period. Whistling in the Dark especially appealed to me because of the post-WWI setting. For some reason, there aren't that many books set then. It's an unabashed love story of two young men, both American veterans, who have been damaged in different ways by the war. Sutton Albright's career as a pianist was ended by the war. Jack Sutton has scars of a different sort. The feel for the era is faultless, and also interesting because of Jack's passion for the new-fangled medium of radio. A gay book anyone could read and enjoy.