Mahu Surfer : A Hawaiian Mystery
|Author:||Neil S. Plakcy|
"An eminently likeable hero--the kind of man's man you just want to hug." --Daniel M. Jaffe, author of "The Limits of Pleasure"
"Mahu "is a generally negative Hawaiian term for homosexual, and for police detective Kimo Kanapa'aka, being gay doesn't make for an easy life. Especially when you're publicly outed. Now, semi-retired, Kimo must go undercover and stop a brutal killer. Already three surfers have been shot dead, and Kimo must infiltrate the close-knit surfing community, knowing his only way back to active duty is to catch a killer he may know all too well.
Neil S. Plakcy is the author of "Mahu "and co-edited "Paws & Reflect: Exploring the Bond Between Gay Men and Their Dogs. "He lives in Florida. First published 2007. Physical Info: 1.70 cms H x 20.12 cms L x 13.67 cms W (0.26 kgs) 314 pages