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Synopsis: Palm Springs, 1973. Don Harris is a piano player on the run after killing a Chicago mobster's son in a bar fight. On the lam, he meets a pretty blonde girl in town for a convention. He lets down his guard and spends the night with her only to discover she's the younger sister of his best friend all grown-up. Foolishly, she tips her brother off to Don's location, and he's on the run again, hoping to find a safe place to land.
Out of money and desperate, Don accidentally walks into a gay bar where he allows a kid named Harlan to pick him up so he'll have a place to stay. As the mob chases them, Don begins to fall for the kid, putting them both in harm's way. Harlan has problems of his own, and Don knows he shouldn't get involved but he can't help but step in when Harlan gets in trouble. To save himself, Don's got to save Harlan.
Top Pick - Night Owl Reviews
Golden Nib Award - Miz Loves Books
Honorable Mention 2011 Rainbow Awards - Mystery/ThrillerHonorable Mention 2011 Rainbow Awards - Best Bisexual Book
Awarded the Golden Nib for Books that Knock Our Socks Off!"You know when you open a book and the voice slaps you upside the head and you sit back thinking, "Yeah, this book is going to suit me!"? Well, this happened to me. The voice is friggin' great." --Miz Management - Miz Love Reviews
"...I was enthralled by the fast-paced storyline...But, the main reason I loved this book is because I adored both heroes, Don and Harlan, and how their relationship developed..." --Daisemae - Night Owl Reviews
"Desert Run is a fantastic story and one that I will enjoy again." --Kathy K at Ebook Addict
"I would recommend this to those who love a more realistic action/danger/suspense story, a great plot and a HEA." Pixie at MM Good Book Reviews
Title: Desert Run
Publisher: Torquere Press
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Torquere Press. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. This book shows minor wear and is in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # G161040145XI4N00