The Truth of Yesterday

The Truth of Yesterday We like to think of life as a story complete with a nice neat beginning middle and end Real life is seldom that orderly We often forget just how powerful the past can be After all it s over and do

  • Title: The Truth of Yesterday
  • Author: Josh Aterovis
  • ISBN: 9781933720814
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • We like to think of life as a story complete with a nice, neat beginning, middle, and end Real life is seldom that orderly We often forget just how powerful the past can be After all, it s over and done with, so how can the past affect the present The truth is, while it may be over, it is seldom done The past has a way of twisting our perception, our feelings, and We like to think of life as a story complete with a nice, neat beginning, middle, and end Real life is seldom that orderly We often forget just how powerful the past can be After all, it s over and done with, so how can the past affect the present The truth is, while it may be over, it is seldom done The past has a way of twisting our perception, our feelings, and even our reality Things we thought long behind us can suddenly be very much before us Killian is thrilled when his first real case takes him on a surveillance trip to Washington D.C and with his boyfriend Micah, no less When Micah takes him out to celebrate the successful resolution of his case, Micah s past comes back to haunt them in a big way Killian is stunned by what he learns, and even shocked to hear about the murder of Micah s former lover, Paul The truth threatens to tear them apart, but at the same time, Killian finds himself drawn to find Paul s killer.Meanwhile, Judy has asked him to investigate an old friend, Jake, whose behavior has changed radically over the last few months She is worried he may be involved in something dangerousd she has no idea how right she is.Entering into the perilous and often grim world of male escorts, Killian discovers that things are seldom what they seem and everyone has a past.The truth of yesterday becomes a lie tomorrow.

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    1. I stayed up all night finishing this story, it was that good. There are so many aspects to this story: a romance, a paranormal (or is that horror1), a murder mystery, a coming of age each interwoven in this book in a deft manner the reader never felt like one was set aside to address the other. The pacing was spot on, never too fast, but fast when needed, and not too slow, though it did slow during those solemn moments.Killian is a very likable young man, coming into his own, not only with his j [...]

    2. Mystery novelist Josh Aterovis first introduced teen sleuth Killian Kendall in the award-winning "Bleeding Hearts." With "The Truth of Yesterday," the fourth and latest entry in the series, the author has created another engrossing page-turner that delves into the dark, hidden underworld of the male escort service industry.Now a freshman in college on Maryland’s eastern shore, as well as a part-time private detective in-the-making, Killian is hired by Micah, his journalist boyfriend, to invest [...]

    3. In the interest of full disclosure, Josh and I are friends*. (Although he may wish this isn't true, since I texted him probably at least 20 times while reading this book, badgering him about plot points.) While I enjoyed getting to chat with the author while reading the book, I enjoyed it on its own merits and not because the author is my friend.This is the fourth book in his Killian Kendall series. It's probably best to start at the beginning, but I think backstory is explained well enough that [...]

    4. Ah, the intrepid, insipid, weepy, angsty Killian. An 18 year old who manages to have 2 significant relationships without going beyond a kiss. The very thought of sexual relations causes him to have heart palpitations. Gifted with psychic abilities, he fights valiantly to even acknowledge their existence, let alone understand or utilize them. Killian has all the charm of a sheltered 19th century Victorian schoolgirl. This has to be one of the more bizarre series on the gay romance shelf. There ar [...]

    5. This is another fabulous read within this series! Many recurring characters, besides Killian, find themselves in The Truth Of Yesterday again. They drew me in, warmed me with their feelings for one another but I also feared for them as dangers surround them once more! I love how Josh Aterovis can connect seperate story threads and make it a flowing and cohesive whole. Mystery, romantic development, a fantastic connected cameo of characters and an evil usurper turn The Truth Of Yesterday into a p [...]

    6. His mysteries really pull you in and captivate your attention. I particularly love the layers that he builds within a novel, with multiple storylines and angles. He does tend to over write a bit, but it doesn't detract from my enjoyment of these mysteries. I hope the series continues for a long time!!!

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