There are so many twists and turns, you'll get dizzy. Just when you think you have it all figured out, there's another twist. This story takes a dysfunctional family to a whole new level. This story also gives you an idea of what it takes to love someone unconditionally. KMS is one twisted writer, but that's why he has such an interesting imagination. This is one of those that you just gotta read to make yourself feel normal.
Was it murder? Suicide? Or did Owen Taylor vanish to avoid prosecution for rape? Everyone had their own idea, but the only note he left behind was sent to his nephew, Jacob Blaine, in Denmark ... which was crazy, because Owen knew Jake was currently living in the States. Of course, this happened at the worst possible time for Jake. He was helping his lover, Antony, fight bogus criminal charges; his estranged, anti-gay mother was battling cancer; his job in Copenhagen wanted him to return there -- now; and worst of all ... Antony was pushing him away. It was tearing him apart. But Uncle Owen had backed him up through some rough times, so Jake made what he thought would be a short trip to Palm Springs, to see if he could find out what happened, and discovered other men had also disappeared. On top of that, an organization called PSALMS, working with business and judicial leaders, was spreading hate and distrust of the gay community as part of their plan to turn back gay rights. The more Jake dug into Owen's disappearance, the more he found lies, deceit, betrayal, and treachery by members of the police force, people in the DA's office, and even some of Owen's friends. And behind it all was someone who would do everything they could to keep their true motives hidden. Even have Jake vanish, as well.
Bogey -- reviewer on Amazon