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A Gay Love Story of Olympic Proportions: The Front Runner

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The New York Times wrote about The Front Runner, "The most moving, monumental love story ever written about gay life...This book makes Catcher in the Rye, Lord of the Flies and A Separate Peace look like Mary Poppins... How a woman was able to capture so beautifully, tenderly and accurately the mature adult gay psyche is also overwhelming... The most emotionally charged and romantic novel I've read in years should be on your bestseller list."

Author Patricia Nell Warren was born in 1936 and grew up on the historic Grant-Kohrs Ranch at Deer Lodge, Montana, which is now a national historic site. She spent 20 years working as a Reader’s Digest editor. Over the years, in both fiction and nonfiction, she has published nine books, including the NY Times gay-themed bestseller The Front Runner. Her most recent book is the awardwinning anthology My West: Personal Writings on the American West (Wildcat Press, 2011).  Today she resides in southern California, where she has added provocative political commentary to her list of writing genres. She owns her own independent publishing company, Wildcat Press.