Scott Sherman's Kevin Connor is not the usual hero-type; he's about 5'3", a hustler / rentboy, and--oh yes--he keeps coming up against murders. His relationship with sometime boyfriend Tony Rinaldi is showing cracks and his mom--she's her usual 'interesting' self. Kevin's plate is more than a little full, and getting fuller by the second.
All I can say is, Good one, Scott Sherman; you've done very, very good!
Story Description: Someone is killing New York City's hottest male prostitutes, and it's up to full-time call boy, part-time sleuth Kevin Connor to find out who. With his spectacular boy-next-door looks, quick wit, and ability to role-play even the most outrageous scenarios, Kevin is facing his most challenging position yet—to stop a ruthless killer.
As Kevin begins his investigation, there's no shortage of possible suspects or motives. Could the killer be a sadistic head case with a deadly fetish? A high-profile celebrity worried that his biggest secret might get out? Or perhaps it's a right-wing politician, guilty of protesting too much from his pious and unforgiving soapbox. As Kevin gets closer to the truth, he'll find himself trapped in a scandalous web of secrets where the line between victim and predator blurs, and no sin goes unpunished…