Queer Horror


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  • Steam
  • Author: Jay B. Laws
  • Publisher: Alyson Publications
  • Year: 1991
  • Country: USA
  • 398 pages
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San Francisco was once a city of music and laughter, of parties and bath-houses, when days held promise and nights, romance. But now something sinister haunts the streets and alleyways of San Francisco, something that crept in with the fog to seek a cruel revenge...

Qvamp says:

I enjoyed this book. It is probably the best example of a queer horror book outside of the vampire area. However, this book is very age dependant. If you were out of the closet and in San Francisco during the age of disco, you'll probably relate much better to the characters.

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