The Hanged Man (Gabriel's World)

Raymond Booth hires New York City P.I. Gabriel Ross to probe a disturbing incident at Raymond's charitable foundation and then disappears. His sister Toni wants Gabriel to find the missing man. Gabriel turns up evidence of abduction, but Raymond turns up dead. Pulled into the mystery Raymond wanted him to solve, Gabriel unravels a sinister secret connected to the foundation. More

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Published: Aug. 28, 2012
Words: 110,300
Language: American English
ISBN: 9780985700027
About A.R. Fiano

A.R. Fiano is a New York-based author, teacher and LGBT advocate. The Hanged Man is the first novel in the Gabriel's World Crime Fiction/LGBT Heroes series.

Connextions Magazine (Aug. 2012) review of The Hanged Man said " unpredictable thrill ride from beginning to entertaining mystery, one of which, you will not soon forget."

Gabriel Ross is the main character. The Hanged Man is set in New York in summer 2010. Gabriel is a brilliant and intuitive man in his thirties; a strong and compassionate advocate with his clients. He is Buddhist, intellectual, and skilled in boxing and Baguazhang. The stories involve his cases and his personal life--particularly his close circle of friends and his romantic interests--Joel and Alex.

Gabriel's World is a means of social justice awareness through art--doing the right thing. The Gabriel's World website features short fiction with the Gabriel's World characters, interactive elements, and background on the characters and stories.


The Hanged Man--Narrated
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Review by: Richard HInes on Sep. 09, 2012 : (no rating)
The things that make a book enjoyable to me are, a believable plot, descriptive enough so that I get a sense of the characters and environment. I don't want to read six paragraphs on what the characters are wearing. When I read a book I want to be transported into the story effortlessly. So saying all of that, I'll just say that I started reading THE HANGED MAN yesterday morning and did not stop until I finished. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to the next volume. Thanks
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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