David France
Warner Books, New York, 1992, English
Nonfiction, General
ISBN: 9780446516068

France, who wrote an article in 1988 for Vanity Fair on the 1985 “Death Mask Murder,” here reveals the full story of Upper East Side gallery owner Andrew Crispo and fashion student Eigil Vesti through an investigation of the gay underground and New York’s judicial system.

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Jonathan Adler

I read this book along with Vulgar Favors and Wonder Bread & Ecstasy in one week and I feel like they belong in one entry—kind of a triptych about the sordid underbelly of gay life. Just buy them and read them. You won't be sorry.

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