Series Spotlight: Boystown Mysteries by Marshall Thornton

The Boystown Mysteries Series
Three Nick Nowak Mysteries
Date Released: January 9, 2015
Three More Nick Nowak Mysteries
Date Released: January 9, 2015
Two Nick Nowak Novellas
Date Released: January 9, 2015
A Time for Secrets
Date Released: January 23, 2015
Murder Book
Date Released: February 6, 2015
From the Ashes
Date Released: February 20, 2015
Bloodlines
Date Released: March 6, 2015
The Lies that Bind
Date Released: February 21, 2016
Lucky Days
Date Released: January 13, 2017
Gifts Given
Date Released: November 17, 2017
(Boystown Mysteries #1-#10)
by Marshall Thornton

About the Boystown Mysteries series
The Lambda award-winning Boystown Mysteries detail the cases of former police officer-turned-private investigator Nick Nowak. Set in Chicago and covering the period between 1981 and 1984, the ten books follow Nick as he struggles with memories of his abrupt departure from the CPD and the end of his long-term relationship with librarian Daniel Laverty. He moves through a series of casual tricks until he meets homicide detective Bert Harker with whom he begins a tentative relationship.

As cynical and difficult as the city he calls home, Nick doggedly pursues his cases and often solves them out of sheer stubbornness. He relies on help from a charming cast of characters, who provide clues and comfort in equal measure. Beyond the mobsters and murderers, Nick encounters a larger villain looming on the horizon. A villain who begins striking down Nick’s friends and lovers, bringing the freewheeling fun of the early eighties to an end.


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About Marshall Thornton
Marshall Thornton is known for the Lambda award-winning Boystown Mysteries. His comedic novels include The Ghost Slept Over, My Favorite Uncle, and the Lambda Finalist for Gay Romance, Femme. Marshall holds an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA and has had plays produced in both Chicago and Los Angeles and stories published in The James White Review and Frontier Magazine.

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