The Poker Club, Julian’s Private Scrapbook Book 2
Revised Edition
Fiction by: Eldot
294 pages
106,800 words

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Genre: Gay, Coming of Age,
Adult, Romance

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“This unusual novel is sure to cause controversy for its subject matter. The book takes place at a scout camp during the summer of 1962, and follows several groups of boys as they form friendships, learn new skills, and fall in love. If readers are open to the subject matter, they will find intriguing insights into the complex world of boys in this unique novel.” - Blue Ink Reviews

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The Revised Edition of The Poker Club is scheduled to be released in January, 2019.

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Library of Congress Catalog Number: xxxxxxxxxx

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This book is intended for mature readers. It contains a number of sexually explicit male/male scenes. It contains no pornography or graphic language, but there are several intimate passages. Well before the time that determines the age perspective from which the story was written, all characters in this work were over eighteen.

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