Greg Quaintance

Created by John Peyton Cooke

John Peyton Cooke, the author of Haven (1996), The Chimney Sweeper (1995), and the quirky, dark Eliot Ness tale Torsos (1993), resurfaced with the fairly grim sounding The Rape of Ganymede and The Fall of Lucifer, the first two titles in a new series featuring gay private detective GREG QUAINTANCE.

Greg is "an ex-Army dude who was drummed out (don't ask) and who now lives and works out of the Chelsea 'gay ghetto' of 1998 New York City... he sports a Desert Storm tattoo, packs a Glock, and drives a Plymouth Barracuda."

But be warned "Only those who know him best see the wounds etched in his heart."



The author's official web site.

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Report respectfully submitted by Josh Lanyon.

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