Description - In Search Of Pretty Young Black Men by Stanley Bennett Clay
This is the tale of Dorian Moore, a mysterious young man who provides comfort to the moneyed, the neglected, the lonely and the lost members of a black, upper-middle class hilltop community of Southern California. Maggie Lester Allegro, disillusioned by a cold, loveless marriage, finds sexual healing in Dorian's arms. She ultimately discovers why this pretty young black man has a striking resemblance to the long dead love of her life. And, when she does, life in her small but privileged circle will never be the same.
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(209mm x 139mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Stanley Bennett Clay
Stanley Bennett Clay has received three NAACP Theatre Awards for writing, directing, and coproducing the critically acclaimed play Ritual, as well as a Pan African Film Festival Jury Award for the film adaptation. The author of Diva and In Search of Pretty Young Black Men, he lives in Los Angeles.