Sunday, May 6, 2012

The Arizona Kid

The Arizona kid
by Koertge, Ronald

Insecure, height-conscious Billy Kennedy doesn't know what to expect when he arrives in Arizona. For the most part he's pleased with what he finds. His gay uncle Wes is honest, funny, caring, and very human (his stereotypic gay ``style'' notwithstanding); Billy's job at a local racetrack is hard but fun; he likes his coworker (despite the survivalist rhetoric Lew spouts and the bizarre maneuvers he undertakes with his fanatical father) and is attracted to moody Cara Mae, who introduces him to sex.

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