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Nice review from Amazon | October 31, 2010

This review is from: Midnight Whispers: The Blake Danzig Chronicles (Paperback)
Comer, Christopher Curtis. “Midnight Whispers: The Blake Danzig Chronicles”, Bold Strokes, 2010.

Communicating with the Dead

Amos Lassen

Blake Alexander is a paranormal investigator and he has his own television show, “Haunted California”. Blake can communicate with the dead and has been able to do so since he was a small child. He comes from a circus family but he managed to get to San Francisco and open an office for paranormal investigations and he also wrote his first book. His helper, Melody Adams, is his best friend and a witch (so she says). Blake had been romantically involved with a police detective, Brian Cox and Blake helps him solve cases using his paranormal powers to contact the spirits of victims. However, he once became to close with one spirit and everything went awry. This causes a great deal of grief and perhaps the loss of his new lover, Joe and himself.

The paranormal theme has become quite popular in gay fiction and I have had a hard time getting into it but……not with this book. I think that is because Comer set up his plot so well and his characters are totally believable. This is his debut novel and he should be very proud of it. Let’s see if he can follow it up.


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About author

Curtis Christopher Comer’s short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies, including Ultimate Gay Erotica, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008; Best Gay Love Stories, 2005, 2006, 2007; Dorm Porn I and II; My First Time, Volume Five; Fast Balls, Cruise Lines, Treasure Trails, and Starf*cker. He co-authored the novel Wonderland and writes a column for the Vital Voice in his hometown of St. Louis. His novel, Midnight whispers: the Blake Danzig Chronicles, (Bold Strokes Books) was released in 2010 and is available through most online retailers or at His book, (Not Quite) Out to Pasture, was released in September 2012 by Walrus Publishing and, most recently, The Elephant Gate (published March 2013) is avaialble at







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