When Love Comes to Town

When Love Comes to Town

By Tom Lennon; James Klise (Introduction by)

Aw Teen, Hardcover, 9780807589168, 304pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2013

Description
The year is 1990, and in his hometown of Dublin, Ireland, Neil Byrne plays rugby, keeps up with the in-crowd at his school, and is just a regular guy. A guy who's gay. It's a secret he keeps from the wider world as he explores the city at night and struggles to figure out how to reveal his real self--and to whom. First published in Ireland in 1993 and compared to The Catcher in the Rye by critics, Tom Lennon's When Love Comes to Town is told with honesty, humor and originality.


About the Author
Tom Lennon has worked at the British Research Establishment for over 20 years. He was responsible for the programme of full-scale fire tests carried out at BRE s large-scale test facility at Cardinton on steel, concrete and timber framed buildings. Mr Lennon has extensive experience of the Structural Eurocodes. He is a prominent member of the British Standards committee B525/-/32, the mirror group for the fire part of EC1 responsible for the implementation of the code in the UK. Mr Lennon is a member of the project team responsible for developing the draft National Annex for use with EN 1991-1-1-2. He is author of a number of papers, design guides and journal articles on the subject of structural fire engineering design.

James Klise is the author of "Love Drugged, " which was an ALA Stonewall Honor Book and received glowing reviews. He lives in Chicago, where he works as a high school librarian. His short stories have appeared in many journals, including "StoryQuarterly, New Orleans Review, Ascent, " and "Southern Humanities Review. The Art of Secrets" is his second novel.