Simple Justice

Simple Justice

A Benjamin Justice Mystery

Book - 1996
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Baker & Taylor
Falling into alcoholism after the death of his lover, gay crime reporter Benjamin Justice is hired by his former boss to investigate a murder that took place outside a local gay bar, an assignment that forces him to confront his past

Blackwell North Amer
Following the death of his lover and a scandal involving his Pulitzer Prize-winning article, crime reporter Benjamin Justice has fallen into a hazy alcoholic life, hiding out in the West Hollywood neighborhood known as the Norma Triangle. He is called back reluctantly to the world of the living by an unexpected, and unwelcome, visit from Harry Brofsky, his former boss. Brofsky wants Ben to do some background work (strictly off-the-record) with another reporter on the investigation of a seemingly motiveless killing outside a local gay bar. The investigation throws Justice back into the life of gay bars, spurned lovers, dysfunctional families, and tawdry secrets - all the things he had been trying to escape. And it leads, ultimately, to the reexamination of his own dark past, and his own crimes of passion.

Baker
& Taylor

Falling into alcoholism after the death of his lover, gay crime reporter Benjamin Justice is hired by his former boss to investigate a murder that took place outside a local gay bar, an assignment that forces him to confront his past.

Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1996
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780385482349
0385482345
Characteristics: 254 p. ; 25 cm

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