Signs Point to Yes
After quitting his dead-end job, Mason enacts his dream of becoming a psychic investigator, despite skepticism from his boyfriend. Eluding sketchy Hollywood thugs, surviving his first lap dance, and paying close attention to his dreams, he manages to solve a few mysteries and even surprise himself with his psychic skills.
“Looking for a page turning detective yarn which will keep you riveted right to the last word? Signs Point To Yes features a whole new exciting slant on private eye-ing and is the book for you. May we see more of Mason, his unabashedly psychic detective and a lot more of Church’s no nonsense plotting. I loved it. Couldn’t put it down.”
“Mason is a hero like none who have come before him: a sensitive, queer P.I. whose only weapon is his intuition. As Mason follows his heart, figuring it out as he goes, we follow along, through the streets, subways, and strip clubs of Los Angeles. I’d follow Mason anywhere!”
“A lot of gay fiction that I have read latterly seems to fall into the realm of fluff—read a book, forget it. That is … not true here.… I am so glad to see that new authors have picked up the gauntlet and are taking our literature to new places.”