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From the author of black gay urban novels Faggamuffin and Colour Scheme: When violent thug Evill and his drug-dealing South London crew menace Stanlake, a young African refugee, and his mother Poppy, little do they realize that this effeminate youth is a former child soldier, capable of the most extreme responses. Forced to meet violence with violence, Stanlake stands up to his tormentors, only to find himself drawn into a darkly erotic and passionate relationship with the damaged, closetted Evill. As love begins to bloom between the two deeply-scarred young men old evil erupts, threatening to consume them both and compelling Stanlake to face - and move beyond - his past. "A breathless, cinematic thrill-ride of a novel... Sweeps you up and envelops you in its unique world... this is what novels are for. Stunning." - Rikki Beadle-Blair
Gay men -- England -- London -- Fiction.
Gangs -- England -- London -- Fiction.
London (England) -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| London :
378 pages ; 21 cm