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|Lost on Twilight
by James Colton
National Library, 1964
Publishers of early gay paperbacks sometimes
hedged their bets in an attempt to appeal to a wide readership. Here, only the
code word "twilight" - and perhaps the man's expression - suggest gay content.
Turn the book over and more is revealed by the back cover text. "James Colton"
was one of the pen-names of Joseph Hansen, later the creator of gay detective
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