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Blood and Confusion-bookcover

By: Richard F. Green

Blood and Confusion

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It is a scene all too familiar in Mosul. Three gay men are forced to the edge of a rooftop and thrown onto the stone street below. But this isn’t Mosul or Damascus. This is London.

Tony Assad works for MI5. He’s a tall, good-looking man of mixed race who speaks perfect Arabic. He lives happily with his boyfriend of five years until the day he’s put in charge of a case that will mix his personal life with political life as it all threatens to tear his world apart.

Richard F. Green was an actor in the late ’50s and early ’60s at Stratford and the Birmingham Rep. In the ’60s, he graduated as a teacher in Hull. He formed his own theatre company and school in the mid-’70s and staged productions at the Royal National Theatre and the Edinburgh Festival. At the festival, he was responsible for mounting an original production on Myra Hindley and won 5-star reviews for his interpretation of Sondheim musicals.

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