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Ez Murphy works in a large London lavatory where he and his co-workers are asked to reduce the amount of casual sex that takes place in the cubicles, and when their efforts are successful and the lavatory may be shut down due to a resulting reduction in revenue, the men must take a fresh look at their jobs and themselves
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Not too many novels can lay claim to a men's restroom as their primary setting, but in the case of Warwick Collins's novel, Gents, a lavatory is an educational place. The hero of this slim volume is Ez Murphy, a Jamaican immigrant to London who finds work cleaning a public restroom. He soon becomes wise to the ways of a certain faction of the world--those who have romantic rendezvous in the toilet stalls. Ez might be naive, but he's not close-minded; when he discovers that his own son prefers hair-styling to soccer, he decides to investigate this alternative lifestyle before making up his mind. Like Ez himself, Gents is charming, honest, and willing to explore different points of view about homosexuality with compassion and humor.About the Author:
Warwick Collins is the author of a number of previously acclaimed novels, including the two other works in the trilogy, The Marriage Of Souls and The Rationalist, Computer One and the international best-seller, Gents.
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Book Description Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX071453028X
Book Description Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M071453028X