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His Name Is John by Dorien Grey
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May 21, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: amateur-detective, gay-positive

This was fun but fluffy. Elliot Smith is a gay house renovator who encounters vibrations -- a ghost? -- and ends up pursuing details of the history of a home he is restoring. There are echos of Geraldo's famous Al Capone stunt ... what's been buried in behind the walls of the basement?

The ghost's name is, of course, John ... but the tale of his demise leads to some very much alive (and some elderly) folks who are bent on Elliott not finding out the truth, unveiling a murky history. If you are happy with the premise -- romancing a ghost -- it all hangs together.

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