The book was published by a small press in the United States in 2011. It won "Best LGBTQ Book" from the New York Public Library's Outstanding New Voices program in 2012.
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I met William and Mrs. O'Neill at a party in the city, where they both were well known. William was a widower of forty-five years, with three children, and in general appearance a man of substantial quality; but his manner was not particularly charming. His wife was a woman of about thirty, with a calm, quiet manner, and with a face which had the appearance of being well cut and well shaped. She wore her hair in a style that I think I
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