Kurt James is not one to stay out of the limelight. Tired of wasting his time on drugs and being known as
New York’s infamous call boy, he turns his life around by becoming a highly
sought-after tutor for business giants and barons. However, tragedies always
seem to follow Kurt wherever he goes. Scandals, violence, and murders; is he
simply a spectator, or does his closet conceal skeletons? It all began
when Kurt met the Darling family and found himself falling in love with the father, David, and
his son, Claude — someone he has been hired to
tutor. David’s connection to President Richard Nixon raises a few eyebrows, but the Watergate Scandal makes things
worse for him. Topped with two murders at the Darling Place on Fifth Avenue,
and Kurt once again finds himself in the middle of mayhem.
The Strange Case of
Kurt James by Jery Tillotson is another compelling addition to the author’s
fascinating list of novels with strong gay themes. This tale has the perfect
amount of adventure, thrill, mystery, and excitement to make it a bestseller,
similar to the author's previously published novels, Naked Jesus and White Gods.
James's story will take you
from the 1973 drug-fueled streets of New York to the posh neighborhoods and
beyond as he tries to fight off negative labels attached to his name. Is he a home
wrecker, or is there more to his story?
Jery Tillotson has long been a cherished writer. Ever since
he left his career as a journalist and started penning down short stories and
novels for fiction lovers, he has managed to become an international sensation,
and rightfully so. With The Strange Case
of Kurt James, he sustains his spot amongst other popular
writers yet again, delivering a tale that is
twisty and in prose that is gorgeous; the characters are nuanced and the
conflict expertly written to transform the story into a page-turner.