Moroccan Roll PDF download by Steven Stanley

Moroccan Roll

iUniverse, Inc.
Publication date: September 2007
ISBN: 9780595896387
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)


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In the tradition of Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City, Steven Stanley's enthralling debut novel takes a large and fascinating cast of characters (American, French, and Moroccan, straight and gay) and transports them, and the reader, to an intriguing and exotic time and locale-fabled Morocco in the 1970s. Just as San Francisco became more than merely a setting for Tales of the City, so do Morocco's people, customs, traditions, and even its food and drink become an integral part of Moroccan Roll, a novel destined to engross the reader from its first page to its explosive climax. Claudette-She lived a life of glamour and adventure, until a very public love affair nearly destroyed it all. Dave-Morocco offered escape from a closeted boyfriend. Then he fell for a young-and straight-Moroccan student. Janna-Drugs seemed the only way for her to forget the Moroccan who had broken her heart. Marcie-She left Wisconsin to spread her wings, only to fall desperately in love with the town's most infamous playboy. Kevin-Coming to Morocco meant a second chance at love with another man after tragedy had robbed him of his first.
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