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Calhoun McBride and Clement Cartwright are men from different worlds. Young Calhoun works backbreaking, midnight shifts at the Snopes Brewery...and earns a little extra selling his body to eager men. Clement left St. Louis to pursue his architectural ambitions and returns to great fanfare as the man planning the city's first skyscraper. But one steamy night, by the Mississ ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published August 11th 2019 by Lethe Press
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Hess' ability to evoke another place and time and to make it feel utterly natural is masterful. Within that framework, he crafted a marvelous sense of threat, with a taut and captivating story.

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Scott Alexander Hess earned his MFA in creative writing from The New School. He blogs for The Huffington Post and his writing has appeared in Genre Magazine, The Fix, and elsewhere. Hess co-wrote Tom in America, an award winning short film starring Sally Kirkland and Burt Young. His latest novel Skyscraper was a 2017 Lambda Literary Award finalist. The Butcher’s Sons, his third novel, was a Kirkus ...more
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