A Queer Kind of Love: A Pharoah Love Mystery download epub
by George Baxt
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A Queer Kind of Love-NYPD HOMICIDE DET. Pharoah Love. no else one like hi. Witty, creative, and clever! Three apt descriptives of George Baxt's "A Queer Kind of Love
A Queer Kind of Love-NYPD HOMICIDE DET. no else one like him. Herbie,Marco and Pharoah are childhood friends. They meet up again and 2 of them end up dead. Witty, creative, and clever! Three apt descriptives of George Baxt's "A Queer Kind of Love. In this book, Baxt presents detective Pharoah Love of the NYPD, black and gay. We are off for a roller coaster ride in this one as Love mixes it up with the Mafia,, luxurious brothels, and a very straight partner. This Manhattan mystery is full of excitement, surprises, and plenty of laughs, although, of course, the scenario is certainly no laughing matter!
A Queer Kind Of Love book. The novel was very well received and marked the start of a new career in writing. Two further Pharoah Love novels soon appeared and were widely regarded as superior to the first.
A Queer Kind Of Love book. Nearly three decades passed before the final outings of Pharoah Love in two novels. Meanwhile George Baxt introduced the detective duo Sylvia Plotkin and Max van Larsen, but these were soon abandoned and several non-series novels were produced.
George Baxt delivers a brilliant Pharoah Love mystery with A Queer Kind of Love
George Baxt delivers a brilliant Pharoah Love mystery with A Queer Kind of Love. Pharoah is a black, gay NYPD detective. He's also one of the top detectives on the force and completely out, irreverent and flamboyant. His character is very well-developed, and can probably be related to several people you know. His sarcasm and wit are refreshing and well-sculpted. The whole plot, to me, was almost secondary.
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Pharoah Love, the sassy, gay, Black, NYPD detective goes undercover in Chinatown to stop a powerful crimelord . From Publishers Weekly. A messy, inane plot and lame attempts at humor sink the latest in Baxt's series starring gay, black NYPD detective Pharaoh Love.
Pharoah Love, the sassy, gay, Black, NYPD detective goes undercover in Chinatown to stop a powerful crimelord involved in Asian slave trade. A Chinatown gang boss feuds with his wife, his underlings and his silent partner, a Greek shipping heiress, while trying to fend off the feds and the cops. Pharaoh infiltrates the operation, adventuring from China to Far Rockaway to various undifferentiated spots in the Big Apple.
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George Baxt (June 11, 1923 – June 28, 2003) was an American screenwriter and author of crime fiction, best remembered for creating the gay black detective, Pharaoh Love. George Leonard Baxt was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Russian/Jewish immigrants. After working for several years as an agent he moved to Britain in the late 1950s and began a new career as a writer for television and the cinema.