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Andrew Taylor. Gore Vidal has form as a crime writer. In the early s, when his sympathetic literary treatment of homosexuality had brought him into critical disfavour, he turned to writing sprightly detective fiction under the name of Edgar Box. Hastings has a partner, the sort of sexy French pseudo-countess who always turns out to be bad news. But he controlled himself; there would be time for that later.
After a little hashish, Pete takes the train to Luxor, surviving a poisonous scorpion on the way. In the course of a few hours the lovers leap into bed together and promptly decide to get married. There are also numerous and usually violent encounters with sinister characters, including a gay policeman. Pete is unfazed.
The necklace is no more than an excuse for a breathless and totally implausible narrative, whose main purpose is to allow Pete to strike macho poses and perform virile feats in a picturesque part of the world.
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