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10 thoughts on “The Lure

  1. says:

    The NYC Gay scene in the mid '70s a twisted whodunit mystery about a serial killer of Gay men a coming out story of a young hunky sociology a

  2. says:

    A friend recommended this book to me and the version I have is blurbed by the unlikely but appropriate pair of Andrew Holleran and Stephen King The story is meant to be a psychological thrillermystery set in the mid 1970s of an exceedingly and often hilariously gay drugged out and discoed New York City The main character aka The Lure who is apparently straight witnesses a murder early on and is recruited by an NYPD und

  3. says:

    Evaluating this novel poses a real conundrum for me It's so filled with implausibility that I could pick away at it for paragraphs on end especially at the loopy and highly uestionable psychological tangles in which the MC becomes ensnaredIn addition the book is longer than it needs to be the prose goes deep purple at times and superlatives abound the MOST renowned or beautiful or sought after or well built o

  4. says:

    Trashy pulp rubbish Its one redeeming feature is that it goes into a subcultural milieu that does deserve attention but it's

  5. says:

    I had wanted to read this for years and I finally had the chance after discovering a copy at Powell's It's a page turner full of luri

  6. says:

    A sociology professor becomes a deep cover operative trying to suss out who is behind murders in the gay community in mid 70s New York He initially identifies as straight but his identity develops during the course of the plot Came ou

  7. says:

    This book had me on the edge of my seat all the way to the very last word on the very last page A fantastic read It kept me guessing but left me happy What a perfectly scary book I have to say I loved it and wished I'd read it sooner

  8. says:

    1970's hay day of gay in New York City and an undercover detective that infiltrates the high end of society to get the inside scoop LOVED THIS BOOK Sounded a lot like the beginning of the Human Right Campaign Fund creation

  9. says:

    I still have my first edition of this book and the poor thing is just ragged I read and re read this book every so often What does that tell yo

  10. says:

    Felice is often credited with being an inventor of contemporary gay fiction but there were many predecessors that wrote far superior works to this However still an interesting historical document of the heady er

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review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ø Felice Picano

The Lure

In 1979 Felice Picano rocketed to fame with the publication of this shocking controversial thriller Riveting and candid in its depiction of the gay sexual subculture of the era and praised by Stephen King as Explosive Felice Picano is one hell of a writer The Lure thrusts young wid. A friend recommended this book to me and the version I have is blurbed by the unlikely but appropriate pair of Andrew Holleran and Stephen King The story is meant to be a psychological thrillermystery set in the mid 1970s of an exceedingly and often hilariously gay drugged out and discoed New York City The main character aka The Lure who is apparently straight witnesses a murder early on and is recruited by an NYPD undercover operation to infiltrate the inner circle of a gay nightclub owner who may or may not be murdering gays during which infiltration the character discovers surpriselol that he may or may not be as straight as he once thought uestions arise about who s actually pulling the strings and why The criminal psychology of this book and much of the double agent plotting make absolutely no sense which didn t stop me from enjoying it uite a bit It s like the gay euivalent of a Pam Grier movie from the 1970s so what s not to love about that

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E acclaimed literary memoirs Ambidextrous Men Who Loved Me and A House on the Ocean A House on the Bay He has been nominated for several Lambda Literary Awards and is a recipient of the Ferro Grumley award for fiction Formerly a longtime New Yorker he currently resides in Los Angel. This book had me on the edge of my seat all the way to the very last word on the very last page A fantastic read It kept me guessing but left me happy What a perfectly scary book I have to say I loved it and wished I d read it sooner

review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ø Felice Picano

Ower Noel Hathaway into a dark universe of physical and psychological violence; an unwilling lure used by the police to unmask an elusive killerFelice Picano is the author of 18 books including the international best sellers The Book of Lies and Like People in History as well as th. Trashy pulp rubbish Its one redeeming feature is that it goes into a subcultural milieu that does deserve attention but it s done with so little taste or tact that it s little than cut throats and hard cocks On a positive note I did admire the kaleidoscopic description of tripping of LSD

  • Paperback
  • 442
  • The Lure
  • Felice Picano
  • English
  • 07 November 2019
  • 9781555836993