'Queer as folk' meets 'Tales of the City' in the frozen rth of Scandinavia. Josh Reid, cartoonist, lottery winner and philanthropist, enjoys living alone with his dog, drawing and running a charity with a handful of dedicated eccentrics. Timo Eklund, down in the big city from a tiny Arctic village, goes wild in a blitz of partying, alcohol and sex. When Josh rescues Timo from an icy death on the streets of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, his reclusive life is turned upside down in this story of love, confusion, betrayal and a lot of pasta. Giving Timo the chance to paint a series of pictures that tell of the twenty-two-year-olds? coming out and life as a gay man, Josh opens the door to having his whole existence exposed to public ridicule and puts his life in danger. Warning; this book contains very explicit sex scenes. Drama, drama queens, comedy, lust and love prove that the road to Hell, and possibly Heaven, really is paved with good intentions.
Jonathan Gregory lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden where his first book, Nice People, is set. He is also the author of the 'Gemini & Flowers' crime series, the first of which is called 'Country Life'.