Jay Quinn’s Lambda-nominated novels transcend the traditional gay novel, exploring universal issues of marriage, aging parents, addiction, and attraction, all while presenting unique characters and page-turning drama.
In BACK WHERE HE STARTED, Chris Thayer finds himself packing up the last pieces of a quietly extraordinary life. After 23 years of marriage to Zack Ronan—and after raising the widow’s three kids—Chris finds himself facing an uncertain second act. Seeking refuge in North Carolina’s Outer Banks, Chris has to come to terms with his own empty nest, as well as challenge himself to move forward with a new relationship. This is a subtle depiction of the meaning of family, motherhood, and the search for your true soul.read more
Jay Quinn is the author of five novels: Metes and Bounds (2001); Back Where He Started (2005); The Good Neighbor (2006); The Beloved Son (2007) and The Boomerang Kid (2008) and is working on the next one.read more