Duke Donovan's despot and dictator clients pay him handsomely for the information he provides through psychic and tarot card readings. When not helping others to overthrow the world, or walking his golden retriever, Duke picks up stray men off the New York City streets; artists, musicians, writers, and actors, usually, and nudges their careers forward while sharing his bed with them. His latest find, Broadway conductor, Sam Teak, begins mysteriously poisoning Duke's butler, Malcolm. Duke has secrets, too, and there's a ghost haunting him because of them.
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- Susan Joslyn
Unique, engaging and a little bit naughty.
Great story line, interesting paranormal setting - even MORE interesting city setting. The characters were so fully realized and engaging, right down to every minor character. I fell in love with the protagonist, Duke Donovan, just like everyone else in the book does. His suave sophistication and generosity are irresistable. Well written, great read. The narrator, JF Harding, is completely fantastic.
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