The Truth About Jack and Ray

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English professor Jack, an embittered older man in 1990s San Francisco, has a vivid flashback to his turbulent, secret love affair in North Beach in the early 1950s with tormented young artist Ray, who cares only about ambition and his art. An intense, gripping story about a doomed relationship that changes the course of a man's entire life.

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About Gabriella West

Gabriella West was born in Santa Barbara in 1967. In 1969, her parents moved to Dublin, Ireland, and she grew up in Ireland, studying English and Italian at Trinity College, Dublin. She graduated and left Ireland in 1988.

She earned an MA degree in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University in 1995.

She has published five LGBT-themed novels: The Leaving, Time of Grace, Elsie Street, The Pull of Yesterday, and A Knight's Tale: Kenilworth.

Gabriella West lives in San Francisco, CA.

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Review by: Sunny Lockwood on July 02, 2011 :
Gabriella West paints a stark and painful portrait of obsession. Her strong writing pulls the reader through this story filled with art, lust and self-absorption. This is a powerful piece.

sunny lockwood
sunnylockwood.com
sunny's blog, "Onword," http://bit.ly/EQbWb
author of Shades of Love, stories from the heart published by smashwords
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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