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From a distributor, Agent With Style: "When Bohemian artist David Wilson is diagnosed with AIDS-related lymphoma, he instinctively goes for help to a cancer specialist – his big brother James, from whom he has been estranged for many years. When Greg House learns from David the awful truth that, once upon a time, "Wilson liked to kiss boys," House goes about testing that theory—and covering a space in his own heavily guarded heart he had never hoped to bridge. This all happens amid the usual mayhem that is House's life from his crashing poor Hector's doggie funeral to his discovery of Cuddy's secret recreational activity to his being "banned for life" from a restaurant, all with Wilson always dragged along in his wake."
From the author's preface: "The cover graphics are clearly based on Ethan Hawke in his characters from two films in which he co-starred with Robert Sean Leonard. One is Dead Poets Society, of course, and the other is Tape. The movies were appropriately spaced out in time that he made a nice face to give to Wilson’s brother David."