In Memory of Angel Clare by Christopher Bram
The death of Clarence Laird, a talented film-maker in his forties, leaves his close friends in disarray. 'Angel Clare' was a man who meant many things to many people, not least his young lover Michael. Never truly part of Clare's circle, Michael is left with no one to turn to, unable to find help in his grief. After wandering in a haze of uncertainty, he finally decides to take action.
In this quietly human novel, Christopher Bram reflects on the guilt and contradictions that follow in the wake of an AIDS-related death.
Paperback / 288 pages
Published by Gay Men's Press in 1991