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Summer Camp By James Orr
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Terry, Jake and Billy go camping at Devil’s Dyke Camp. The setting is beautiful, right next to the lake, with the hope of lots of fishing, hiking and fun. His two buddies, Jake and Billy, tried... More > to pretend they couldn't hear him. They had so many other wonderful things to pay attention to, the beautiful scenery stretching for miles ahead of them as they sat motionless on the road, as the searing rays of the noontime July sun cast intriguing patterns of bitter, burning sweat lines running down each other's faces. It was not turning out to be a good trip. And Terry's temper was starting to show, which didn't help to defuse their problem. “I just had those brakes replaced last month. What the hell is wrong with them?” Terry's green eyes glistened with anger as he threw the driver door open with his powerful left arm. Jake, in the front seat, chanced a quick look into the back, where Billy just shrugged.< Less
Passage from Mandalay By James Orr
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Richard gets involved in the forced prostitution and people trafficking that exists on the borders of Thailand and Burma. He discovers corruption on both sides of the border. Yet, he finds time to... More > fall in love.< Less
Alan By James Orr
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Alan is straight, Sam is gay. Set in Brighton, East Sussex, the novel tells of the relationship that existed between the two of them. Set out in diary form it follows the development, the frustration... More > on both sides and the pressures put on them. Unable to meet together at either homes, they resort to the gay cruising site up on the Downs.< Less
White Van Man By James Orr
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White van man is a term popularised in the United Kingdom, to describe drivers of light commercial vehicles such as the Ford Transit. Such vehicles are commonly painted white in order to facilitate... More > easy sign-writing on the panelled sides. The stereotype represents the drivers of such vehicles as often self-employed or the owner of a small business such as builder, carpenter, or plumber. In Brighton there are thousands of them.< Less
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