Who Will Catch You When You're Falling?
The second book in the Gabriel's World Mystery/Thriller/LGBT series continues the story of Gabriel Ross, a brilliant & intuitive gay NYC private investigator and fearless, tenacious bisexual artist Joel McFadden. Gabriel’s cases take him and Joel to dangerous places internally and in the real world. On behalf of his clients, Gabriel seeks justice while risking his license, freedom, and life.
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"TRUE! nervous, very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?" And so begins "The Tell-Tale Heart", that compressed tale of Gothic composition. The characters and images that Edgar Allan Poe has gifted us are plentiful.Hugely influential to the short story genre, Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) remains a lion of…
In this story, Gabriel's undergoing severe psychological trauma from events during the previous summer (detailed in the first book, The Hanged Man), while he immerses himself in the cases of two special women. Sophie Faulkner, a woman with a second self, has been falsely accused of murder. Geneva Lennon, a transgender woman, is searching for her true birth identity. While working to help these women, Gabriel also attempts to reclaim his spirituality and deal with his turbulent relationships. His boyfriend Alex is trying to change him and make him quit his profession. But Gabriel's loyal ex-boyfriend Joel is helping and protecting Gabriel on these cases, and he may convince Gabriel he’s the love of Gabriel’s life. Two-Faced Woman is set in duality: two loves, two clients, two realms (dreams and reality), and mixing the spiritual and the physical. And the danger is double downed, with two brutal criminals who will make Gabriel face his biggest risk yet—what he has to become in order to take them on.
The Gabriel’s World series offers strong characters and intense stories of crimes, conspiracies, social issues, and exploration of the extremes and complexity of good and evil. Each story features the same characters in different, but often interrelated cases, and in continuing development of personality and relationships. Each has a stand-alone theme and style, yet each story builds upon the previous story, and lays the groundwork for the next.