Playing White

Playing White Winter season Winter holidays I love the word white Playing white chess Playing white Set in St Petersburg the short story is a winter tale The main personage is Oscar Maria Graf younger contemporar

  • Title: Playing White
  • Author: Lara Biyuts
  • ISBN: 9781301977093
  • Page: 158
  • Format: ebook
  • Playing White

    Winter season Winter holidays I love the word white Playing white chess Playing white.Set in St Petersburg, the short story is a winter tale The main personage is Oscar Maria Graf, younger contemporary of Oscar Wilde A Stenbock like figure, by his origin and his dabbling in literature, Oscar is much hotter, active, able bodied, pragmatic and of great vitality thWinter season Winter holidays I love the word white Playing white chess Playing white.Set in St Petersburg, the short story is a winter tale The main personage is Oscar Maria Graf, younger contemporary of Oscar Wilde A Stenbock like figure, by his origin and his dabbling in literature, Oscar is much hotter, active, able bodied, pragmatic and of great vitality than Eric Stenbock 1860 1895 who is no , by the time of the story Time the first year of Wilde s imprisonment On the Xmas eve, Oscar and his boyfriend Felix find themselves in a center of a mystery All personages are aged 20 Happy ending.

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    One thought on “Playing White

    1. David Guralnyk

      About Lara Biyuts ( @LaraBnovelist ). Dance with Lady in Red, seduce the Vamp in the little black dress, talk to Lady with a Lap-Dog, because all this is the author of the historical paranormal novella “A Handful of Blossoms”, and the writer is not a phantom. Absolutely fantastical. A great job of ardor and patience has allowed Lara B to succeed in her next work, the Steampunk Edwardian era mystery novel “Through the Baltic Looking-Glass”.

    2. Erastes

      Decent enough story but the translation was so bad it was almost impossible to read, sometimes you had to guess what was actually being described.

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