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Fool's Errand

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A book by Louis Bayard

Bayard's accomplished debut novel, a witty romantic comedy, is set in Washington, D.C.'s gay community, a group, says one character, that is smaller than Mayberry. Despite very few degrees of separation, 32-year-old Patrick Beaton is having trouble locating … see full wiki

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Author: Louis Bayard
Publisher: Alyson Books
1 review about Fool's Errand

It is the simple stories that tell so much

  • Jan 1, 2001
Rating:
+5
"Fool's Errand" is a miniseries for TV or a movie waiting to happpen. This fast paced, always interesting story is told in such a facile manner that you feel you're overhearing conversations of friends. The characters are beautifully delineated, loveable, and remind us of acquaintances so clearly that we become part of this Search For Mr Right. This book is a wonderful read, a thoroughly engaging story with a page-turner style that makes you wish it would never end. And maybe it won't.. We have all been down this lane before: it just takes someone of the gifts of Louis Bayard to make us want to wake up and love what we have, who we are and have been. A terrificly simple, engrossing novel. Let's hope there is a sequel planned.........

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