1. London Triptych by Jonathan Kemp

Rent boys, aristocrats, artists, and criminals populate this sweeping novel in which author

Jonathan Kemp skilfully interweaves the lives and loves of three very different men in gay

London across the decades.

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2. The Hardest Thing by James Lear

This is a fast-paced sexy gay thriller as only James Lear can write it: with the main character

thrust into a sexual encounter in almost every chapter!

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3. Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan

Seventeen-year-olds Craig and Harry are trying to set a new Guinness World Record for

kissing. Around them, Ryan and Avery are falling in love, while Neil and Peter are falling out

of love.

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4. The Buchanan Letters by Neil Plakcy

Jeff Berman, a history professor, is startled to discover correspondence between US President

James Buchanan and his male aide, which depicts their sexual relationship.

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5. Fairyland by Sumner Locke Elliot

Sumner Locke Elliott’s ‘coming out’ novel was first published in 1990, the year before his

death. This new Text Classic edition brings it back into print with an introduction by Dennis


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