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Two Gentlemen Sharing

William Corlett

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

*Armistead Maupin meets Mapp and Lucia in this hilarious gay comedy of rural life.

Bellingford is a sleepy village set amid gently rolling countryside. Whatever scandals may occur there, they always take place behind closed doors and carefully laundered lace curtains. In short, Bellingford is a typical English village. That is until the news breaks that the Hall House has been sold at last and the rumour starts that the new occupants are to be 'two gentlemen, sharing'. With the arrival of Rich and Bless - newly in love and eager for domesticity - the scene is set for mayhem and uproar. And with Rich on a business trip to the States, Bless is plunged into a vortex of events that leaves him gasping for the cosy domesticity of Earl's Court on a Saturday night.... TWO GENTLEMEN SHARING is a roller coaster ride through the sexual mores of life, a comedy of manners that spirals from gentle humour to the heights of farce.

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Praise for Two Gentlemen Sharing

  • An amiable comedy of manners...with a dramatic and revelatory finale. - TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT

  • Entertaining...refreshingly optimistic and amiable. - The TIMES

  • A stirring evocation of youthful obsession, wasted opportunity and regret. - Gay TIMES

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William Corlett

William Corlett was a successful children's novelist. He wrote widely for television and theatre for both adults and children. Twice he won the Writers' Guild Children's TV Writer of the Year Award. His first novel for adults, NOW & THEN won the Dillons First Fiction Award in 1995.

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