(PRWEB) December 24, 2013
The Killer Wore Leather: A Mystery, Laura Antoniou's comedic murder mystery set in the leather scene, has won four categories of the Rainbow Awards: Best B/T & LGBT Contemporary Fiction, Mystery / Thriller, and Contemporary & Historical Romance. The Rainbow Awards enthusiastically praised the writing, saying "This is the best mystery - the best novel - I've read in ages." The audio version of this title is produced by the incomparable Susie Bright, who featured it on her popular audio site The Bright List.
What People are Saying about The Killer Wore Leather (available on audio)
"I do have one tiny complaint about The Killer Wore Leather; it ends."
—Erotica for the Big Brain
"Exploring the erotic world of BDSM personalities and leather kinks makes for a lovely whodunit and a much more modern game of Clue."
What is a detective to do when a man is murdered at a leather ball? Luckily, Detective Rebecca Feldblum has a good head on her shoulders for such a case. But what a doozy on her hands! She must discover who murdered the late Mack Steel - and hopefully do it before the weekend is over and everyone goes home. Shocked, amazed and alternately puzzled and amused, Detective Feldblum learns more about the kink underworld and herself in ways she never could imagine. A deliciously tongue-in-cheek murder mystery, The Killer Wore Leather is the most strapping invitation for readers to explore the private, erotic world of BDSM personalities and leather kinks. With biting humor and keen insight, popular erotica author Laura Antoniou creates the kinkiest game of Clue worth playing.
Laura Antoniou authored the well-known Marketplace series of novels. She has also edited the groundbreaking Leatherwomen anthologies, and writes scholarly work on BDSM. In 2011, Antoniou won the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Leather Association. Her work has been translated into Spanish, German, Hebrew, Japanese and Korean. With over 20 years of experience writing, teaching, and speaking about kinky sex communities, Antoniou has sold over 600,000 books and counting. She resides in Queens, New York.