• Lies with Man

  • A Henry Rios Novel (The Henry Rios Mysteries, Book 8)
  • By: Michael Nava
  • Narrated by: Thom Rivera
  • Length: 10 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Los Angeles, 1986.

A group of right-wing Christians has put an initiative on the November ballot to allow health officials to force people with HIV into quarantine camps - and it looks like it’s going to pass. Rios, now living in LA, agrees to be counsel for a group of young activists who call themselves QUEER (Queers United to End Erasure and Repression). QUEER claims to be committed to peaceful civil disobedience. But when one of its members is implicated in the bombing of an evangelical church that kills its pastor, who publicly supported the quarantine initiative, Rios finds himself with a client suddenly facing the death penalty. 

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Always smart, touching, engaging and sexy. Michael Nava's Henry Rios is a hero for our time. He's very believably human and his is the kind of rare courage that you can, if you're lucky, encounter in this life. So glad Nava has decided to continue the Henry Rios story. And you learn a lot about the law and how it really plays out in the courts!