Boy of the West End

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September 2014



1980, Rome's famous Cinecittà film studios, and wet-behind-the-ears 'gofer' Gil Graham from Los Angeles meets British 'gofer' Mike Smith. They're the Boys of Vice City and their tempestuous love affair rocks them to London'Disco City'splits them between Two Cities, and reunites them in the Fast Lane of London again. But Gil knows Mike has a past, that their nemesis, the movie mogul James Rosen, 'picked Mike out of the gutter.' So how does a privately educated Latin scholar fall so low? Boy of the West End takes Mike back in time and follows his trail of discovery, perdition, and eventual redemption.


Born in Switzerland, Oliver Frey a.k.a. Zack ended up in London and, after attending film school, plunged into gay art and publishing. Innumerable illustrations poured from his pen and brush for British magazines HIM International, Vulcan, Teenage Dreams, the HIM Gay Library series, and Mister magazine. For HIM he created the mold-breaking Rogue comic strip and later The Street, which was part of the inspiration behind cult TV series Queer As Folk. The Internet has spread his reputation to an enormous global fan base through many sites and blogs. Some of his comic-strip work has been published recently by Bruno Gmünder'Bike Boy, Hot For Boys: the Sexy Adventures of Rogue, and Bike Boy Rides Again. As Zack, Frey has taken gay erotic art and comics to new dimensions. He lives with life-long partner Roger Kean in a medieval town on the edge of Wales.

British-born author Roger Kean, who met Oliver at film school, has had careers as a movie cameraman, film editor, journalist, and magazine and book editor. As an author he has written books on historical subjects both factual and fictional, and gay fiction, including: Felixitations; Thunderbolt-Torn Enemy of Rome; A Life Apart; Gregory's Story; What's A Boy Supposed to Do; and for Bruno Gmünder Boys of Vice City, Boys of Disco City, Boys of Two Cities, Boys of the Fast Lane and Blood and Lust.
EAN: 9783867877404
Untertitel: An Illustrated Gay Novel. 1. Auflage. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Bruno Gmünder Verlag
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2014
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten
Format: epub eBook
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