All Lost Things

All lost things are in the angels' keeping, Love;

No past is dead for us, but only sleeping, Love.

At last.


Killian Kendall's life is changing faster than he can keep up. He's graduating from high school, breaking up with his boyfriend, and starting a new job with a private investigator. He's barely settled at his new desk when his ex-boyfriend calls with a desperate plea for help. He wants Killian to prove his new boyfriend is innocent in the shockingly violent murder of his abusive father. Killian reluctantly agrees to take the case, little knowing how complicated—and dangerous—things will become before it's over.


On the home front, Killian's surrogate parents decide to buy a historic mansion and turn it into a bed and breakfast. The house comes with a rich history...and maybe a ghost or two. Killian doesn't want to believe in such things, but he's quickly becoming convinced that something terrible happened to the home's original owners. The century-old mystery both terrifies and tantalizes Killian. In the end, he may be the only one who can uncover the truth.


2010 Lambda Literary Award Finalist for Gay Mystery



"I loved it ... and give it five 'gifted' stars out of five."

Bob Lind

Echo Magazine


"Author Josh Aterovis is at the top of his form in this latest thriller featuring teen detective Killian Kendall. The chills and thrills leading to the "down-to-the-wire" finish will keep the reader turning pages."

Victor J. Banis

LGBT Literary Pioneer and Author of The Man From C.A.M.P.


"This unique blend of paranormal and mystery kept me entertained for hours, featuring an irresistible main character and an intriguing storyline, and I would be hard pressed to decide which I preferred: the mystery or the ghost story."

BD Whitney


"Josh Aterovis is a fresh new voice everyone should be listening to. Buy this book and cherish it."

Greg Herren

Lambda Award Winning Author of the Chanse McLeod Mysteries


"My addiction to Killian Kendall is confirmed. This series keeps on getting better and better. Please to be giving me the next book now, Mr Aterovis."

Reviews by Jessewave






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