The Man of the House
A NovelBook - 1996
A drawing room comedy on two men who share a house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. One is Clyde, a homosexual, the other is Marcus, straight. The action begins with the arrival of Louise who is Clyde's friend and Marcus' former lover. With Louise is Ben, her son, and it befalls to Clyde to gently break the news to Marcus that he is the boy's father.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, ©1996.
Characteristics: 287 pages ;,25 cm.
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